Panasonic Toughpad A1 Review and Specs
Panasonic Toughpad A1, the name of latest tablet produced by Panasonic, has strike tablet market with its invincible power. Like the name, Panasonic Toughpad is a pretty tough hardware. Actually the Toughpad has two series, A1 and B1. The Panasonic Toughpad A1 has 10.1 inches screen and the upcoming B1 has only 7 inches screen. The screen used XGA display with 1024 X 768 gives you bright and clear screen. It offers stylus handwriting recognition and sensitive touch screen. The ability to keep on working on rough conditions like wet, hot, cold, sandy or shaking are showing its truly power. You might think that it is only the hardware which is tough. Fortunately, Panasonic Toughpad is equipped with “hardware and software encryption enhanced VPN, dual factor authentication, trusted boot and device management” that makes sure of the safety of your data.
Panasonic Toughpad A1 runs Android Honeycomb platform on Marvell 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor with 16 GB internal storage and 1 GB LP-DDR2 RAM. It you need more memory space, you can expand the memory up to 32 GB with MicroSD. Panasonic Toughpad A1 features 5 MP rear-facing camera and 2 MP front-facing camera. LTE or WiMAX, 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR, Satellite GPS, Micro-USB, microSDHC, micro HDMI are provided by Panasonic Toughpad A1 to give you high connectivity. Out from huge number of applications provided by Android market, Panasonic created other application store. Very impressive isn’t it?
Panasonic Toughpad A1 also provides Hardware-level security, FIPS 140-X and HIPPA compliant and cable lock slot to ensure the safety of the tablet. The battery life can reach up to 10 hours on full charged battery. Panasonic Toughpad A1 can work in temperature of 14 F to 122 F and can survive even after falling from 4 feet high. Looking at those features, the price of $1300 is equal with what you will get from it. By the Spring of 2012 you can get this awesome Panasonic Toughpad A1 while the B1 version will be launched in the fall.