Toughpad G1: 10.1" display, Windows based fully-rugged tablet.
Toughpad M1: 7" display, Windows based fully-rugged tablet
Toughpad A2: 10.1" display, Android based fully-rugged tablet
Toughpad B2: 7" display, Android based fully-rugged tablet
Toughpad Q1: 12.5" display, Windows based semi-rugged tablet
Toughbook 20: 10.1" display, windows based fully rugged convertible tablet
All-weather dust and water-resistant design
Embedded hardware security for FIPS 140-2 compliance
Options Include GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® and optional LTE 4G mobile broadband
Wi-Fi hotspot router supports up to 5 devices
3-year warranty with business class support
Many Panasonic Toughbook users have been anxiously awaiting a product that gives them the same superior ruggedness that they love about their Toughbook, in the form of a tablet, similar to an iPad. There are a lot of situations where having the shiniest and prettiest tablet isn’t going to cut it.
Panasonic has recognized this need for a ruggedized iPad-like tablet and has come up with the Toughpad! A fully-rugged Windows or Android tablet that’s MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certified, meaning that it can take quite a beating. If you’re looking for a tablet that you can trust in the field in a mission critical situation, you’re going to like the Panasonic Toughpad.
After the introduction of the A1, Panasonic saw the need to produce a Windows based tablet for those who need to run Windows based applications, and so the Toughpad G1 and Toughpad M1 were born. 10.1 and 7 inches respectively, these machines are packed with power without skimping on the rugged features that are needed for tough work in the field.
Toughpad vs iPad
"Many Toughbook users have been contemplating using a tablet like the iPad for a while. Some of the obvious benefits of the iPad are that it’s less bulky and lighter. Panasonic noticed that the form factor of the iPad could be really useful in some industries but that it would need to be modified from a consumer oriented device into something more rugged and suitable for use in the field."