A couple of years ago, we took a gander at the Panasonic Toughbook 31 Rugged laptop that saw an upgrade a year later. Well, it seems that Panasonic is not content to just rest on their laurels, but has announced yet another bunch of upgrades made to the Panasonic Toughbook 31. This is touted to be Panasonic’s best-selling fully-rugged laptop to date, and among the updates include a faster processor, more storage, a more responsive touchscreen and additional improvements. In fact, it has been touted that the Toughbook 31 will be the gold standard for mission-critical mobile workers, ranging from military personnel to first responders and field service workers who need exceptional performance in extreme environments.
The new 3rd generation Intel Core processors will run underneath the hood, where it will also be accompanied by up to 500GB of storage space in the form of a 7200rpm hard drive, not to mention having up to 8GB RAM and improved touchscreen responsiveness. The gold standard in USB connectivity is also part of the equation. The Panasonic Toughbook 31 will arrive Stateside with prices starting from $3,499 onwards.
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