Panasonic updates performance, security of ruggedized Toughbook 33
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New updates to Panasonic’s Toughbook 33 are designed to help the 2-in-1 laptop/tablet better meet the needs of mobile workers in challenging environments. The company said last month it has upgraded the rugged computer’s performance, functionality and security.
“The updated Toughbook 33 helps mission-critical mobile workers operate safely and efficiently in any environment,” said Craig Jackowski, GM of product management for Panasonic System Solutions Company of North America. “Our updates were driven by a customer-focused philosophy core to Panasonic that aims to deliver on the performance and reliability users have come to expect from the Toughbook brand.”
The new Toughbook 33 comes with a faster solid state hard drive, more RAM and a choice of upgraded processes. For those working in busy environments, it packs louder speakers, an improved mic and a brighter backlit keyboard. With the increased focus on video calls, it also includes an upgraded camera and added privacy cover.