Panasonic Toughpad A1 Tablet with 4G LTE to be released in Spring 2012; Specs and Price official
Panasonic has unveiled its new Android tablet on its rugged lineup, the device comes with Honeycomb 3.2 on board and targeting mission-critical and highly mobile workers. Moreover, the device is powerful inside as well as out side. Inside the tablet, there is Marvell’s dual-core 1.2GHz processor. Out side the tablet is built is the way you can use it at anytime anywhere, there is no need to fear of damage to the device. The tablet seems to be another version of the BizPad which was unveiled in Japan last month.
The tablet named Toughpad A1 features 10.1-inch display with 1024×768 pixels of resolution, 1GB of RAM, 5MP rear camera and 2MP front-facing cam for video calling and 16GB of internal memory that is expandable with microSD card slot. For connectivity purpose the device features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and your flavor of 4G radio choice – LTE or WiMAX. The device alsoi has microHDMI port and a battery claimed to offer 10 hours of life.
As it name suggest, taking the tablet with us also seems to be a bit tough, the tablet measures 0.67″ (17mm), and 2.13 pounds (1kg) of weight.But surely it is worth the build that protects the device from dust, shock and water. There will be docks and keyboards available as accessories, and the Toughpad A1 comes with an active stylus for the digitizer.
It is said that there will be a a 7″ version called the Toughpad B1 but specs is yet to be revealed. The 10.1 inch Toughpad A1 is coming with hefty prize that you may not be able to afford, it will cost you $1299 . The tablet will be offered a 3 year of warranty. The tablet is expected to be released in the Spring 2012. Check out the video and feel free to drop your comment in the box.
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