PHOTOS • Big reveal in NYC for Panasonic’s Toughbook 33

Renée Francoeur
May 19, 2017
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May 19, 2017 - Blue Line Magazine was in the clouds for Panasonic’s latest Toughbook launch, held at the 1,776-foot tall One World Trade Centre, also known as the Freedom Tower, in New York City on Thursday evening.

With jaw-dropping views of the city skyline and harbour, the company introduced a select group of media and customers to “the first fully-rugged 2-in-1 detachable laptop that features a 3:2 display”, powered by 7th Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and Windows 10 Pro.

The Toughbook has been around for two decades, Panasonic stated, and this latest edition’s 1200 nit QHD, high-resolution widescreen means it’s easier to handle applications like Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) for law-enforcement officers. It also features an infrared camera, Windows Hello, Microsoft's new biometric security system, as well as six flexible usage modes and two keyboards.

“From the beginning, we’ve designed the Toughbook product line with the demands of the mobile workforce in mind and the 2-in-1 Toughbook 33 device is the truest expression of that commitment to date,” said Brian Rowley, vice-president of marketing and product management, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America.

Stay tuned to Blue Line Magazine for a future article with more details from the event and visit our Facebook and Twitter pages to see our updates from the launch, including videos.

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