February 21, 2008 - Panasonic Computer Solutions will showcase two if its latest notebooks, the Toughbook 52 created for cart-based applications, and its tablet alternative, the Toughbook T7, at HIMSS 2008.
The widescreen Toughbook 52 is built on the new Santa Rosa chipset from Intel and is reportedly as powerful as a desktop replacement notebook. New features include added security, a new carrying handle and optional embedded access to wireless data networks. The MIL-SPEC-certified notebook includes alloy cases, internal connectors and shock-mounted hard drives and LCDs.
The 21.1-inch touch-screen LCD, tablet-alternative Toughbook T7 comes equip with a stylus and screen rotating software. The 3.3-pound notebook comes with an ultra-low voltage Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, and provides an 80GB hard drive, 1 GB SDRAM (expandable) and delivers up to 9 hours of battery life.
For more information: www.panasonic.com