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Panasonic has released its Toughbook CF-U1 at the ongoing Computex event in Taipei, where this particular brand of notebook was specially designed for those in the medical field. It comes with a nifty handle that allows you to carry it around like a briefcase, while there is a huge strap strung horizontally across the back of the CF-U1, allowing you to slip your hand inside to use the other hand to take notes ala a tablet, in a safe and secure manner without worrying about the CF-U1 slipping out of your hand and dropping with a loud crash on the hallowed hospital floors. Even if it did, no worries – it ain’t called the Toughbook for nothing, and is able to take a pretty severe beating before literal cracks of stress start to show.
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