Panasonic has announced a new convertible tablet notebook called the CF-C1 that is designed for workers that have to wear gloves and still want a touchscreen device. The tablet uses a resistive touchscreen and has a warranty that covers it for accidental damage.
The convertible notebook computer also has a webcam option and that accidental damage warranty covers the device for two years. The resistive touchscreen supports multitouch and gestures like pinch to zoom and rotation. The CF-C1 sells for £1,709 and is available right now.
Other features of the notebook include a dual battery design that allows for up to ten hours of operation and the batteries are hot swappable. The screen has a matte finish to make it easier to read in bright rooms. The keyboard is spill resistant, the machine can survive drops of up to 76cm while it is operating and the HDD is removable.