Panasonic Toughbook C1 Tablet – Another iPad Killer ?

Panasonic Toughbook C1 Tablet

When you hear someone saying “tablet”, probably you are not amazed anymore because 2010 seems to be the year of the tablet. Since Apple launched the iPad, a variety of tablets filled the shelves of every continent and now is Panasonic‘s turn to launch such a device, the Multitoush Toughbook C1 Tablet.

It is said to be the world’s lightest convertible tablet due to its small dimensions, measuring 1.2 – 1.7-inch in thickness and 3.2lbs weight. Under the water-resistant casing you will find an Intel Core i5 2.4Ghz processor, a 12.1″ multi-touch display that supports electronic stylus pen for handwriting recognition and a maximum resolution of 1280x800p, 2GB of DDR3 RAM ( expandable to 6GB ) , a 250GB shock-resistant HDD. The OS remains at your choice, Windows 7 or XP.

The Toughbook C1 Tablet also has 6 backlit tablet buttons (5 user-definable), 5 hours battery life if you choose the single battery version and 10 hours battery life for the dual battery version, otpional integrated WWAN / Gobi2000 mobile broadband (EV-DO and HSPA), optional webcam, Bluetooth V2.1.

As for the security, the tablet features Fingerprint reader option which means that you’re the only one who can use the tablet if you activate the security option.

The Panasonic Toughbook C1 Tablet will hit the shelves worldwide in July 2010 for about $2500.

Via gizmodo

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