Panasonic Computers, Tablets and Handhelds

Welcome to Toughbook Territory

Toughbook computers, tablets and handhelds are built for the world’s toughest users – those who do extraordinary things in extraordinary places. When conditions become impossible, Toughbook is right there with them.

Work smart. Work tough

Everyday, Toughbook transforms the way people work, wherever their job takes them. Reliability, lower total cost of ownership and “always on” connectivity are just a few of the reasons the world’s toughest users choose Toughbook.

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Making it tough

Toughbook devices are designed and tested to withstand the unexpected – from bangs, bumps and spills to 6 foot drops and nasty weather.

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Financial advantages

Built to keep performing in the toughest work conditions, Toughbook mobile devices are the top choice for your bottom line.

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Toughbook 33

All new Toughbook 33

The new Toughbook 33 fully rugged hybrid tablet with detachable screen is as versatile as your job demands it to be.

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P.180

Introducing P.180

It's here – our seamless wireless platform for organizations that need global connectivity to get the job done.

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Alameda County

Toughbook patrols land and sea

Toughbook rides shotgun as Alameda County officers patrol on motorcycles, in cars, and at sea.

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Quality control every step of the way

From the high quality of our components and our sophisticated manufacturing process to our rigorous R&D testing and extended lifecycle support, we’re heavily invested in making sure every Toughbook solution works without fail. 

Our quality control begins in the factory. Panasonic designs, builds and tests its laptops and most components in-house. By controlling the entire manufacturing process, we are able to oversee quality, consistency and parts availability every step of the way, from design through delivery, and during the warranty period that follows.

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Lower cost of ownership, bigger return on investment

The rugged, reliable design of Toughbook mobile devices ensures long lasting performance, fewer repair expenses and lower failure rates than the average computer. 

Laptop repairs and excessive maintenance are hidden costs that can often exceed a company’s initial investment as shown in a recent IDC study. That’s why purchasing durable Toughbook devices make smarter financial sense —  you get lower total cost of ownership over the computer’s life.
 

Toughbook 33

The ultimate rugged design in a flexible 2-in-1 form factor: The Toughbook 33 is a game-changer that delivers maximum performance whether used as a tablet or as a laptop with its detachable keyboard. The 12” detachable screen has an infrared camera for Windows Hello support, so you can access your device using fingerprint or facial recognition. It’s innovative 3:2 display and size makes it easier to handle and ideal for workers viewing business applications with less vertical scrolling and reduced interference of space when used in small spaces such as in-vehicle. With innovative features including an optional long life battery configuration that delivers up to 20 hours, the Toughbook 33 sets a new benchmark for rugged performance in the field. 

P.180

Panasonic has introduced P.180, a seamless, end-to-end connectivity platform purpose-built for today’s mobile workforce. A global network with customized pricing and no roaming fees, the Panasonic P.180 platform offers the power to create and deliver the global scalability with local connectivity that today’s mobile workers demand.  

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office needed a rugged mobile computer that could provide reliable access to the department databases in the field while withstanding the daily wear and tear of the job, from out at sea with their marine unit to the bumpy rides of motor patrol. Toughbook to the rescue!

Thanks to the fully rugged design of the FZ-G1 and Toughbook 31, deployed to the county’s patrol units, officers say their tablets have taken drops and bumps and they have never experienced a problem.

Whether it be excessive heat, cold temperatures or rain, Deputy Sheriff David Cochran notes, “In and out of the car it gets introduced to a lot of different things and I have never seen one fail.”