This Panasonic is characterized, among other reasons, for incorporating into its product catalog a very professional line aimed at field workers who carry out their professional activity outdoors; Furthermore, these teams standout for their durability and high resistance. It is precise to this niche that the panasonic toughpad fz g1 tablet belongs to robust but not heavy equipment (1.1 Kg) focused on large engineering companies, corporations dedicated to outdoor maintenance work, public companies, and dedicated to the distribution and transportation, and so on. Panasonic toughpad fz g1 is a Highly resistant tablet geared towards field workers. Its Full HD screen has a surface of 10.1 inches, is anti-glare, and offers wide viewing angles. Applying the durability standards of its Toughbook laptops, the panasonic toughpad fz g1 tablet has been certified with the MIL-STD-810G qualification, a military standard of North American origin and which, in this case, guarantees its resistance to drops of up to 120 cm. Similarly, the model shows great resistance to water and dust.
FEATURES OF PANASONIC TOUGHPAD FZ G1
Dimensions and Weight
The panasonic toughpad fz g1 weighs about 1.13 kg. Its thickness is 21.8 mm, and its height is 188 mm.
The panasonic toughpad fz g1 is worth to note due to its battery-saving technology and the fact that it can operate under normal conditions for eight hours, and autonomy that is extended to sixteen hours if the user opts for an optional nine-cell battery (the one included as standard has six cells).
The panasonic toughpad fz g1 works with the Windows 8 Pro operating system.
Thanks to its Dual-Touch Input mode, its 10.1-inch screen supports the touch of ten fingers simultaneously, being able also to use the digitizer pen with which it is sold. In its manufacturing process, the Japanese engineering team has also applied IPS-Pro technology that provides a high quality of viewing in outdoor spaces. The characteristics of this panel are completed with a Full HD resolution, wide viewing angles, and a high contrast ratio, as well as a layer of toughened glass and another anti-reflection to use the tablet under any lighting conditions. Above this screen are a 1.3 megapixel HD front webcam and an optional 3-megapixel rear webcam with dual flash.
On the front side, there are a series of customizable application windows and keys that will help the user to access the programs and tools they use most at the touch of a button. Its USB 3.0, Bluetooth 4.0, and wireless LAN capabilities are standard, and the port configuration is completely flexible, providing USB 2.0 ports, microSD, Serial Port, GPS, and an optional integrated smartcard reader.
The technical configuration includes an Intel Core i5 processor, 4 Gb DDR3 RAM, and a 128 Gb SSD as standard, with another 256 Gb in size being optional. As an added feature, and to help field workers keep in touch with their headquarters, the panasonic toughpad fz g1 can be equipped with an external and dual antenna connector for vehicle-mounted devices to connect to an antenna from the ceiling, increasing the connection capacity even from remote areas.