The experience of manufacturing rugged notebook computers for field service, law enforcement, public safety and the military applications has taught us to take durability very seriously. Our Toughbooks are constructed of the strongest materials to protect our customers’ investment.
The LCD screen is the single most expensive component on any notebook computer and we protect it by using full or partial magnesium cabinet materials. The internal components of your Toughbook are safe from harm, thanks to a chassis that is constructed using full or partial magnesium cases or fibreglass-reinforced materials. When it comes to the Hard Disk Drive, we recognise that this fragile component can be the single most valuable item to you. In order to ensure that data is safe, we employ the use of flex connectors and gel packaging to improve vibration and shock resistance far beyond other notebook manufacturers.
Not only do our products exceed the strictest MIL spec and IP ratings for drop, shock, and resistance to water and dust, but each individual component is designed and manufactured to be as durable as possible.
Jason Lee, Product Marketing Manager, Toughbook, Panasonic Australia, spoke to us about what goes into to making these devices so resistant to harm.
“The ruggedness of Panasonic Toughbook is definitely a key point of difference over standard notebooks and tablets, and a necessity for those mission critical tasks out in the field. Not only do our products exceed the strictest MIL spec and IP ratings for drop, shock, and resistance to water and dust, but each individual component is designed and manufactured to be as durable as possible,” Jason said.
“The most impressive aspect is that Toughbooks are amongst the most rugged devices available for the enterprise market, yet are still uncompromising when it comes to high performance, a long battery life, portability, and best of breed for wireless connectivity.”
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