The Panasonic Toughbook 19 tablet PC is equally at home in the desert, in the rain-forest, on the battlefield and anywhere else it goes. The components of the 19 are all shock resistant and sealed from the influences of the environment. The 19 can be configured to finger-touch or stylus-touch, weighs five pounds, has a 10.4-inch screen and battery life up to seven hours. Considered a convertible PC, it has the ability to convert from a tablet to a laptop.
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At first glance, the Panasonic Toughbook T5 looks very similar to any other laptop created by a major computer company like HP, Apple, Dell, or Gateway. When the Toughbook T5 is picked up, people realize the outer casing is not made of some type of plastic, but actual metal (magnesium alloy). The metal case makes the computer much more rigid for additional protection of the screen, the keyboard and trackpad (when closed), and all of the internal components.
All Panasonic Toughbook PCs meet the highest standards for rugged computers established by the US government. The MIL-STD-810 is a series of tests created by the Army’s Developmental Test Command to provide specific guidelines that computers must meet or exceed in order to be classified as rugged. The fully rugged Panasonic Toughbook PCs have passed these tests with flying colors.