Panasonic recently launched the Toughbook A3 tablet, a new Android tablet with a rugged body as the selling point, closely following the design language of the Panasonic Toughbook series.
The Panasonic Toughbook A3 Android tablet is equipped with a 10.1-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels and a peak brightness of 800 nits. There are five customizable physical buttons around the border. There’s also the volume rocker and power button.
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This tablet is equipped with two batteries, which can be replaced if necessary. There is also a built-in stylus, a USB-A and USB Type-C port, and support for dual SIM cards.
In addition, the Toughbook A3 supports IP65 waterproof and dustproof, and has obtained MIL-STD-810H certification, with high durability. It comes with Panasonic Compass suite for enterprise management tools. These include barcode scanners, smart card readers or a second USB-A port.
This rugged tablet is powered by the mid-range Snapdragon 660 chipset, 4GB RAM, and 64GB storage space, which can be expanded through a microSD slot. In terms of software, it runs on the outdated Android 9 Pie OS. It also supports all major global navigation satellite systems.
The two batteries included with the Toughbook A3 are a 3200mAH unit that can last for 8 hours on a single charge. Panasonic also offers the option to expand it to a 5500mAH battery, which can increase the usage time to 15 hours.
The retail price of Panasonic Toughbook A3 in the UK is 1,182 pounds, and it will go on sale in August.