The Toughbook series, a brand known for its durability, is getting a new addition to its rugged laptop lineup. Panasonic Connect North America has unveiled its latest modular and rugged laptop computer, the Toughbook 40. It is said to offer more processing power and flexible connectivity options.
Despite a more prominent display and improved power and performance, the Toughbook 40 is lighter than its predecessor, Panasonic He said. The laptop allows its users in various fields – such as federal and law enforcement agencies as well as utility companies – to increase productivity while reducing operating costs.
For emergencies, such as restoring power after a hurricane or relaying sensitive messages in the midst of a military operation, the new Toughbook 40 features improved clock speed and reliable wireless connectivity for such critical situations. It is equipped with the eleventh generation of Intel Corporation vPro processors, with the option to include AMD or Intel Corporation Iris Xe graphics processor to handle demanding data loads such as real-time image and video streams.
Camera and video
The company said the Toughbook 40 features a 5-megapixel webcam with a privacy cover for better device isolation and infrared capabilities for Windows Hello biometric face authentication. This is to keep pace with the growing demand for video conferencing and remote services.
To help with tasks that require flexible connectivity in areas with little or no wireless reception, the Toughbook 40 offers a variety of cellular and wireless carriers that include a 4G or 5G modem. The modem supports data flows up to 2 Gbps and 5.5 Gbps for 4G and 5G networks, respectively. The modem also supports physical SIM cards, eSIM, FirstNet, and CBRS Private LTE for increased connectivity flexibility. The laptop It automatically selects and connects to the best available network.
It also provides additional support for the docking station, making it a future proof of the continuous evolution of wireless technology. It is also equipped with 4 x 4 Multiple Input and Output (MIMO) capabilities and high-speed USB ports to make the most of its performance. In addition, to better meet the user’s needs, it has software-definable traffic lanes for each high-end antenna.
sound and display
dented completely laptop Users often work in harsh environments where the sound quality is compromised. To make up for this, the Toughbook 40 has a 4-array microphone and 95dB speakers. In addition, in environments where light is scarce, laptop It features a backlit color-changing keyboard, a backlit power button, and improved screen brightness for easier viewing in low-light conditions.
For increased productivity, customizable and programmable buttons are available for quick access to keys. The company also redesigned the touchpad to be 60% larger than its predecessor. This makes navigation smoother and easier to adjust during fast and demanding workloads. The touchpad is also very versatile in bad weather and even with gloves on.
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