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Panasonic Toughbook touch screen to tailor service
The model CF-H1 is now available as Mobile Assistant with SSD and Windows 7. The Intel Atom Z540 chip was maintained. It has a carrying handle and a 10.6-inch touch screen for dual operation.
Panasonic has optimized its Tablet PC model CF-H1 as a Mobile Assistant on a new target group through: field staff about energy suppliers and service engineers for customer service. It is one of the “fully-ruggedized” models from Panasonic, is thus protected against impact, vibration, extreme temperatures and to IP65 against water and dust. In one version for the medical field for about one and a half years, it is available in a similar configuration. The nickname is then “Medical Assistant”.
The Toughbook CF-H1 Mobile Assistant is an Intel-processor-type atom with 1.86 GHz (model Z540), 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM and a 64-gigabyte SSD as a data store. In previous models, a 80-gigabyte hard drive had been blocked. The screen measures 10.2 inches on the diagonal on which it is XGA resolution (1024 x 768 pixels). He uses a dual-touch technology, so it can be operated either by finger or with a digital pen.
The notebook comes with two lithium-ion batteries to 2900 Milliampèrestunden which will together provide approximately six hours duration. It weighs 1.5 pounds and measures according to the manufacturer 26 by 27 by 6 inches at the thickest point.
Panasonic CF-H1 is the particularly insensitive to radio interfaces. By default, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR and WLAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n available. Optionally there is also a GPS module and 3.5G HSPA mobile communications. The options also include a fingerprint scanner and a smart card and an RFID reader.
The device has integrated a 2-megapixel camera. Facilitate the transport of a handle and an enclosed belt. The operating system plays the manufacturer on Windows 7th
Dealer List the CF-H1 in the new configuration for around 2500 Euro street price.
As the “Mobile Assistant” is Panasonic Toughbook CF-H1 on service employees cut in the field (image: Panasonic).