Efficient Panasonic Notebook Reviews
If you do not want to give up your favorite laptop brand Panasonic but want to replace your older model with a brand new more resistant one try out firm’s Toughbook CF-52SLGDD2M and Toughbook CF-C1BLHAZ1M as two of the most rugged products of their series. The first model comes with a larger screen so you can get a better video quality while managing the daily projects, while the second computer is more portable thanks to its 12 inch display which permits you to carry the system wherever you want. Also, we would like to add that the two machines are mainly dedicated to engineers and to all of those employees who sped most of the time at construction site.
Apart from this we inform you that the two machines do not develop very spacious hard disk drives as they are dedicated to busy professionals only. For instance, the first product we want to present you, Toughbook CF-52SLGDD2M, costs about $2,500, depending on offer and store, price which you might consider too high especially if your budget is not too consistent. Regarding the configuration it shares a pretty fast processor, a large system memory and a medium sized screen.
More precisely, the system is run by an Intel Core i5 processor clocked at 2.6 GHz and a 15.4 inch screen using LED backlit, widescreen Active Matrix TFT LCD so you can work in better conditions. Also, the machine sustains the multitasking and busy days through a 4 GB DDR 3 SDRAM, expandable to 16 GB, and allows you to store plenty of folders and data thanks to a 320 GB HDD.
Finally, we add that the networking provides an IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and a Gigabit Ethernet LAN. As for the interface, it is featured with four USB 2.0 ports so you can connect the computer to other devices and systems.
The second model, Panasonic CF-C1BLHAZ1M, comes with a pretty attractive shell though this is not one of the most important things when it comes to rugged computers. Just like the previous model, this one provides an Intel processor, part of the Core i5 series clocked at 2.5 GHz but unlike the first computer it comes with a smaller screen measuring 12.1 inches (LED backlit, widescreen Active Matrix LCD). Concerning the multitasking, it will be sustained by a 4 GB DDR 3 SDRAM, sufficient for your daily professional needs.
Your files and applications will be saved on a 320 GB hard disk drive (72300 rpm speed) and the networking offers an IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and a Gigabit Ethernet LAN. The interface includes among others three USB 2.0 ports and a PC Card Type II. As for the OS compatibility, this $2,100 machine uses Windows 7 Professional from Microsoft.