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New Toughbook tablet from Panasonic

New Toughbook tablet from Panasonic

Panasonic is well-known for their Toughbook line of laptops. I know I've used (and repaired) several of them in my day, and I've always been impressed by their performance and durability. Now they're introducing the new CF-08 tablet to their line.

Panasonic Toughbook sporting Sprint Rev. A Broadband

Panasonic Toughbook sporting Sprint Rev. A Broadband

Panasonic just announced that the business-rugged Toughbook W5 and T5 notebooks will now feature built-in support for Sprint Mobile Broadband services, including its upgraded EV-DO Revision A service where available. These will be the first business-rugged laptops with embedded EV DO Rev. A capabilities. With this certification, Panasonic now offers the broadest range of Sprint-enabled reliable PCs for all mobile environments, from extreme to mainstream, including rugged, semi-rugged and business rugged mobile computers.

With Rev. A enhancements, users can anticipate average download speeds of 450 to 800 kbps and upload speeds of 300 to 400 kbps. The notebooks will also operate on the Sprint Power Vision Network where the EV-DO Revision A upgrade is not yet available.

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Panasonic Intros Core Duo Toughbooks

Panasonic Intros Core Duo Toughbooks

Panasonic’s flagship Toughbooks has recently released two new models now equipped with Core Duo processors. The CF-19 is a convertible Tablet PC and the CF-30 is a regular clamshell notebook. Both models feature record-breaking brightness with 550 nits in the CF-19 and 1,000 nits in the CF-30. Both are also encased with a magnesium alloy body, sealed keyboard and ports, and shock-mounted screen and hard drive.

Video of New Panasonic ToughBooks Lineup

Video of New Panasonic ToughBooks Lineup

We have a video of new Panasonic ToughBooks! As we have promised, more videos to come from CTIA Wireless 2k6. Oh one more thing, that's our friend John from CrunchGear in the video.

Panasonic and Cingular Introduce Panasonic Toughbook CF-29 Notebooks with 3G Support

Panasonic and Cingular Introduce Panasonic Toughbook CF-29 Notebooks with 3G Support

Panasonic Computer Solutions Company and Cingular Wireless today introduced the Panasonic Toughbook CF-29, the first Toughbook targeted to public safety with Cingular's 3G BroadbandConnect service built-in. The two companies announced the availability of the rugged, wireless clamshell notebook today at the APCO 2006 show in Orlando.

The Toughbook 29 provides seamless, high-speed EDGE network coverage outside of those areas. In addition to public safety, the Toughbook 29 is ideal for military and commercial field environments.

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Dell Precision M3800 workstation update adds 4K, Thunderbolt 2

Dell Precision M3800 workstation update adds 4K, Thunderbolt 2

It seems to be the week of laptop refreshes, with Panasonic having introduced its updated Toughbook 31 yesterday, and now Dell has done similar with its M3800 mobile workstation. This laptop promises to be the type of powerhouse workstation professionals and otherwise demanding users need while remaining relatively thin and light -- something not entirely common in a segment mostly composed of heavy brick-like machines. The M3800 update tacks some hardware improvements into place that meet modern needs, including a 4k-resolution display.

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NYPD to equip every officer with Windows smartphone

NYPD to equip every officer with Windows smartphone

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio revealed on Friday that all 35,000 of the city's police officers were going to be issued smartphones as part of a $160 million technology initiative. While it wasn't officially stated, a glimpse at some of the devices, which also includes 6,000 tablets to be installed in police vehicles, seems to indicate that Windows will be operating system flavor.

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Panasonic declares withdrawal from consumer smartphone market following high losses

Panasonic declares withdrawal from consumer smartphone market following high losses

The smartphone industry has become a rough playing field for once-top gadget makers, with Samsung and Apple's domination of the market having a trickle down effect that starves other smartphone manufacturers of the decent-to-high sales numbers they once saw. Such is the case with Panasonic, which has seen its smartphone sales stagger over the years and as a result will pull out of the consumer smartphone market.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: September 4, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: September 4, 2012

We're getting ready to end a Tuesday that has produced some rather big news, so let's jump right into it, shall we? By far the biggest story of the day had to do with upcoming the Apple event. Apple started sending out invitations for the event today, using a picture that gives away what to expect at the event (spoiler alert: the iPhone 5 is coming). With an iPhone 5 reveal essentially confirmed, analysts are predicting success for the new handset, saying that it could potentially sell 10 million units this quarter. Not bad, provided the device actually hits those marks.

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Panasonic teases oversized Android flagship for MWC [Updated]

Panasonic teases oversized Android flagship for MWC [Updated]

Panasonic's oddly named Eluga smartphone will be just one of at least two Android smartphones the company brings to Mobile World Congress it has confirmed, ahead of more ambitious consumer tablet plans in 2012. The company had never been shy about its European ambitions for the next three to four years - aiming for 1.5m sales in Europe this year alone - and there will be at least two devices to help carve out a place in the Android marketplace, Panasonic told Pocket-lint. However, details on the second phone are limited.

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HP iPad 2 webOS testing double TouchPad performance says insider

HP iPad 2 webOS testing double TouchPad performance says insider

HP was painfully aware of the TouchPad's hardware shortcomings, insider sources have suggested, with ports of webOS running "over twice as fast" on Apple's iPad 2. While initial reviews - ours included - complained of occasional sluggishness from the TouchPad's 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon APQ8060 processor, webOS engineers within HP were also supposedly vocal in their complaints about the hardware, The Next Web's tipster whispered to them.

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