23 June 2018
Panasonic has announced two new rugged Android devices from its Toughbook series in India. One of them is a smartphone is called the Toughbook FZ-T1 which got launched globally back in June. And, another device is a tablet called the Toughbook FZ-L1 which has a large 7-inch display. These devices have MIL-STD810G rating and their specific usage includes taking orders, shelf stocking, logistical record keeping among others.
Talking about the Toughbook FZ-T1, the device has a compact display of 5-inch and has a resolution of 1280x720 pixels resolution. It has a 10-point multitouch support along with rain sensing, glove touch mode, and it can accept a passive pen input. As a useful entity for recording logistics and other related stuff, the device comes preloaded with a barcode scanner that scans the barcodes whenever a user is recording any items or so.
The FZ-T1 is powered by a quad-core processor which is clocked at 1.1GHz and paired with 2GB RAM and has 16GB of internal storage. The device is capable of withstanding a 5 feet drop and it also has IP68 certification which makes it water and dust proof device.
Coming to the Toughbook FZ-L1, the device is a Wi-Fi only for indoor operations and some field workers. The 7-inch tablet has a 10-point capacitive multi-touch with rain sensing and glove mode. This rugged tablet is also designed to MIL-STD810G standard and is IP67 rated with drop resistant up to 5 feet. It’s powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and has 2GB RAM with 16GB inbuilt storage. It’s capable of delivering up to 12-hours of battery life while the Toughbook TZ-L1 is capable of offering up to 9 hours of usage time.
The price of these devices starts at Rs. 60,000 without tax.