Panasonic roles out new detachable Toughbook CF-20

New Delhi: Japanese multinational electronics corporation Panasonic Corporation, formerly know as Matsushita Electric Industrial Company Limited on Thursday launched fully rugged, 2-in-1 lightweight Toughbook CF-20 that detaches easily to become a 10.1″ tablet for Rs 2.25 lakhs in India.

This news Panasonic India product can be detached easily to become a 10.1-inch tablet. The cost of Toughbook CF-20 is Rs 2,25,000 (estimated price plus taxes).

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The company has explained reason behind the purpose of building this detachable product so that it can face challenging environments, including field services, utilities, oil and gas, transportation and logistics, healthcare, insurance, public safety and defense.

National Business Head (Toughbook), Panasonic India, Gunjan Sachdev, told media persons that “Aimed to meet the evolving needs of enterprises, the CF-20 is bundled with a broad range of configurable options. The ability to detach the tablet from notebook provides flexibility and unparalled reliability and enterprise-grade features.”

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The CF-20 is powered by 6th generation Intel core m5 vPro processor, equipped with Windows 10 Pro, 128GB SSD and 8GB RAM and an optional bridge battery that allows hot swap battery replacement for continuous use.

It sports a glove-enabled touchscreen and purpose-built Vehicle Mount and Desktop Port Replicator, armed to meet all mobile computing needs at extreme conditions.

The Panasonic Toughbook CF-20 will be available in India in August 2016 from authorised Panasonic resellers and is backed by a three-year limited warranty.

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