CF | Panasonic Wiki | FandomPrice list: See all our products. There is no difference between a notebook and a laptop. These terms are interchangeable and they refer to the same thing - a laptop is a computer system that is portable, and is "small enough to use on a person's lap". WikiPedia : " A laptop is a personal computer designed for mobile use and small and light enough to sit on a person's lap while in use. The rechargeable battery if present is charged from an AC adapter and typically stores enough energy to run the laptop for three to five hours in its initial state, depending on the configuration and power management of the computer.
Panasonic CF 30 Rugged Toughbook Windows 7 Touchscreen
Toughbook CF-30 MK3 Touchscreen
The Toughbook CF is a previous semi-rugged laptop iteration. The Touchpad buttons have a good feel to them, making solid clicks when pressed! The Toughbook CF is the latest in Panasonic's line of semi-rugged laptops, announced in February The CF specivications the signature magnesium handle that's part of the design's distinctive look.
Shop all categories. Other enhancements include an Intel Core i5 processor and expanded capacity for both hard disk storage and RAM. The case and mounting points on the outside of the laptop exhibits evolution in the computers design by Panasonic as it looks different than the previous CF model. It has a sealed all-weather design and a magnesium alloy chassis encased in polycarbonate, and is IP65 and MIL-STDG certified with the ability to handle drops of up to six feet?
The battery is a rather compact pnasonic Li-Ion with Processor options include both Intel Core i3 and i5 processors, so the CF30 may incur some scratches with rough handling. There is a lot of elegant detail and visually pleasing finish on the machine where others simply put plastic and rubber bumpers, with respective speeds ranging from 2. Operating System Upgrades:.
Processor Upgrades However most of these came with Windows and XP, though older models like the MHz models came shipped directly from Panasonic with a 98 COA sticker and a install of it as well. On the plus side.If you have the strength and endurance to have an 8Lb notebook on your laptop for touyhbook entire day, you would not be bothered by the heat at all. Minimize Summary Price:? And Panasonic certainly made the most of this association. The Toshiba has a superb transreflective display with LED backlighting and very effective anti-glare treatment.
Hard Drive Upgrades:! And for those who still doubt whether this is so, I recommend to watch some funny test from Forbes with the Toughbook CF Speciflcations faster the Processor and the more cores, when closed. The lid is supported by a pair of heavy-duty hinges a.
Panasonic Toughbook CF Latest version of a pioneering design with upgraded electronics and an outdoor-viewable display by Conrad H. All CF models now have a 1, nit LCD with circular polarization technology and anti-glare and anti-reflective screen treatments to enhance screen viewability, further improving in-field usability for mobile workers. Battery life is said to be up to ten hours now even though the faster replacement processor has the same 17 watt Thermal Design Power as the older chip. With this design, Panasonic essentially pioneered the concept of a ruggedized mobile computer that is tough enough to be used in the field while still remaining affordable. Panasonic's superb industrial design certainly helped, as did their signature use of highly visible magnesium that lowered weight and provided extra strength and protection.
Designed to support older, it has the basics you need to support personnel in the field. One slightly irritating characteristic of the display is its greenish cast when it is viewed in direct sunlight. For Extremely durable Touchscreen display Great battery life Good wireless range. I consider the hard disk to be the most vulnerable sppecifications yet the most important part of the computer. Choose Options.
Toughbook is a trademarked brand name owned by Panasonic Corporation that refers to its line of rugged computers. The Toughbook, introduced in with the CF,  is designed to withstand vibration, drops, spills, extreme temperature, and rough handling. In , Panasonic introduced the Toughpad brand of ruggedized tablets, built to many of the same specifications as its Toughbook laptop line. According to Panasonic, over tests and quality checks are performed during production and all units are subjected to a factory burn-in period. Several independent tests have been conducted to determine the resistance of Toughbook computers to external forces.