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Panasonic Toughbook

Introducing Toughbook mobile PCs and tablets

 
Toughbook doesn’t just lead the ruggedised PC and tablet market, it defined it. Since our first model launched more than 17 years ago, Toughbook mobile PCs and tablets have created their own niche in the world of mobile technology, redefining the possibilities of access to data and applications in the most challenging of environments.
 
From our earliest days, we have remained true to our heritage as an engineering company, embodying the ethos of ‘voice of the customer’ in everything we do. This commitment to listening to what our customers actually want, allows us to deliver the specialist, high-quality devices that characterise our range of solutions.
 
To understand the true benefits of deploying Toughbook-based solutions in your organisation, you need to begin by thinking about the challenges your mobile workers face.
 
What’s stopping them from being more productive? More efficient?
Working more profitably whilst being more easily managed?
 
The chances are a lot of these issues can be traced back to a problem with data or application access in the field. It could be an inability to connect to central systems. It could be the lack of a suitable power source that would allow their technology to stay operational. It could be something as simple as rain or sunshine that prevented them from working quickly and effectively.
 
And that’s where the Toughbook story begins. Panasonic equips Toughbook mobile PCs and tablets with technology that’s uniquely designed to overcome the access barriers encountered by countless professionals, in many industries, every day.
 
So now, when people are describing or discussing rugged or durable laptops, you’ll find they almost always use the word ‘Toughbook’.

A dedicated service from a specialist facility
 

Our 'cradle-to-cradle' approach to service is delivered out of our facility in Cardiff, Wales. Combining service with configuration, it's here that the total solutions we offer our customers are designed and developed.
 
Watch the short film to find out how that happens.