Panasonic Unveils A1 and B1 Toughpads

By on November 8, 2011
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Durable against heat, water, dust, hadoukens

Panasonic won’t stop at toughening up laptops, as they recently applied the “Tough” adjectives to tablets. Panasonic has recently unveiled to Honeycomb tablets, and looks like they are the most resilient tablets available in the market right now.

The first table let is the A1, a 10″ tablet with 16GB integrated storage with microSD expansion, 1.2 GHz dual-core Marvel processor, a 1024X768 pixel display in a 4:3 build with anti-glare and stylus. The second tablet is the 7″ B1, but not much is know about it.

The A1 is priced at $1,299, which is quite pricey for a tablet, but we presume that the B1 will be somewhat cheaper. Both tablets will be available in 2011.

So how tough are those tablets exactly? Check this video to find out:


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