New Toughbook

By  Martha Walz — November 05, 2010

Panasonic Solutions Company introduces the Toughbook U1 Ultra, equipped with a TransflectivePlus display for up to 6000 nit viewability in direct sunlight, 64GB solid state hard drive, 2GB of memory, an Intel Atom Processor, and Windows 7. The optional 2 megapixel camera features updated software to offer faster auto-focus and improved white balancing, while the optional barcode reader has been improved with new software that allows for onboard, data, and symbology configuration. Companies can also take advantage of the optional embedded features available for the Toughbook U1, including GPS, barcode readers (1D, 1D/2D), fingerprint reader, and mobile broadband to drive greater levels of productivity. Price: $2,799. www.toughbook.com

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