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.”
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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