Panasonic Toughbook N1 meets today’s data-driven industries
Panasonic announced a major update to its Toughbook N1 rugged handheld device. The latest 4.7-inch device has been “refined to meet the challenges of today’s workplaces, with hardware and features designed to make capturing, sharing and analyzing data faster and easier.”
July 24, 2018 By Staff
With a faster high-powered octa-core CPU and twice the storage capacity of the last generation FZ-N1, this rugged handheld computer is up to any task, Panasonic says. An angled barcode scanner of this device means “more efficient, faster scanning than ever before.”
It includes enhanced MIL- STD-810G specifications, protecting it from drops of up to seven feet, along with IP66/IP68 ratings.
The FZ-N1 provides connectivity for today’s first responders as well. As an early participant in AT&T’s FirstNet dealer program, Panasonic says it is working to ensure that its devices are equipped with the tools needed to access the U.S.-wide public safety communications platform. Panasonic says is working closely with its partners to ready the FZ-N1 device for FirstNet connectivity later this year.
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