Saturday, January 26, 2008

World's Toughest notebook-Panasonic Toughbook28

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Panasonic's line of Toughbook notebooks are designed to "take it." The Panasonic Toughbook 28 is the toughest notebook available. It is a fully ruggedized notebook, able to withstand shocks up to a 3 foot drop onto concrete! With ruggedized features like a full Magnesium alloy case that's 20 times stronger than plastic, shock-mounted hard drive, and a keyboard that can resist the hazards of dirt, dust and spills, the Panasonic Toughbook 28 notebook is designed to deal with the knocks, shocks and spills that can destroy ordinary notebooks and leave the mobile professional immobilized.


Mobile Intel Pentium III processor 800MHz featuring Intel SpeedStep Technology
Full Magnesium Alloy case with carry handle
Moisture- and dust-resistant design
Shock-mounted, removable 30GB HDD
Transflective, daylight-readable 12.1" LCD
Wireless ready design


Designed using MIL-STD-810F test procedures
Full Magnesium Alloy case with carry handle
Moisture-resistant casing
Dust-resistant LCD, keyboard and touchpad
Sealed port and connector covers
Removable HDD is mounted in shock-absorbing gel and stainless steel case
Scratch-resistant coating
Rugged hinges

Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor 800MHz featuring Intel® SpeedStep™ technology
256KB on-die L2 cache
256MB SDRAM standard, expandable to 384MB
1.44MB FDD [also accepts 4X (max) DVD-ROM Drive, LS-120 SuperDisk™ Drive, 24X (max) CD-ROM Drive or 24X (max) read, 8X (max) write, 4X (max) re-write CD-RW Drive]
12.1” 1024 x 768 transflective, daylight-readable (allows optimal viewing even in bright sunlight) TFT Active Matrix Color LCD with Touchscreen
Silicon Motion™ 710 video controller, 4MB VRAM
External video support up to 1024 x 768 at 16M colors
ESS 1988S Allegro™ audio controller
Integrated speaker
Convenient keyboard volume controls (Fn+F5/F6 keys)
PC CARDS: Type II x 2 or Type III x 1
87-key with dedicated Windows® key
Enhanced pressure sensitive touchpad
Touchscreen LCD
Touchpad and touchscreen signature capture (currently on Windows® 98 only)
Infrared: 4Mbps IrDA
Serial: D-sub 9 pin
Parallel: D-sub 25 pin
External Keyboard/Mouse: Mini-DIN 6 pin
USB: 4 pin
Port Replicator: 80 pin (Reinforced)
Headphones/Speaker: Mini-jack Stereo
Microphone/Line In: Mini-jack
Modem: Integrated 56Kbps
External Video: MiniD-sub 15 pin
Lithium Ion battery pack (11.1V, 5.4Ah)
AC Adapter: AC 100V-240V 50/60Hz, Auto Sensing/Switching for worldwide power supply
Quick access battery/HDD cover for easy battery replacement
Battery charging time: approximately 3 hours/OFF, 3.5 hours/ON
Pop-up on-screen battery status reporting
POWER MANAGEMENT: Suspend/Resume Function, Hibernation, ECO Mode, APM BIOS
Preloaded Microsoft® Windows® 98 standard (Windows® NT/2000 optional)
Setup, Diagnostics, DMI Viewer, On-line Reference Manual, Adobe® Acrobat® Reader, Panasonic® Hand Writing, Panasonic Battery Monitor
SECURITY FEATURES: Password Security (Supervisor, User), “Access Key” (prevents unit from being turned on and locks the battery/HDD covers), Integrated Kensington Lock Slot
WARRANTY: 3 year limited warranty, parts & labor
2.3”(H) x 9.5”(D) x 11.8”(W)
9 lbs., including battery, FDD and handle

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Nice Blog .If you fast forward through your play list, ipod battery will need to fill its cache more frequently, thus accessing the hard drive more often and using more power. This will decrease overall battery life.


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