Panasonic introduces the new Toughbook H1 Field that claimed to be the world’s most rugged handheld tablet computer. The tablet is certified to meet IP65 and MIL-STD-810G – with a six foot drop rating, offering the durability expected of Toughbook mobile computers, so users have the confidence to work in the most demanding conditions.
The Toughbook H1 Field is powered by an Intel Atom 1.86GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and reinforced flex-connect 64GB SSD. It has a 10.4-inch dual-touch display with 500 nits brightness, circular polarizeranti-glare and anti-reflective screen treatments. It supports WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth. There also optional SmartCard, RFID, and barcode readers, fingerprint reader, camera, GPS and Qualcomm’s new Gobi2000 EVDO/HSPA mobile broadband technology.
Panasonic’s Toughbook H1 Field comes with twin hot-swappable batteries offering 6 hours of use. It runs Windows 7 (with XP Tablet downgrade option). To be released in March 2010, the H1 Field is priced at $3379.