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Monday, 14 January 2013

CES 2013-Panasonic ToughPad JT B1 released with a tough body

Aiming for a definite demographic, Panasonic is anticipating to be a figure when anyone talks about ruggedized tablets, as there are still comparatively a small number of them present in the marketplace. At Consumers Electronics Show, they showed off their 7incher Android running slate in the Panasonic Toughpad JT B1, which from the appearance of it all, can actually endure even the most stern punishment possible.
Panasonic ToughPad JT B1

When you desiring for something that fulfills military standard 810g & is IP65 certified, which implies that it can endure drops from an altitude of 5 feet & both dust and water resistant, you will not get something that looks fashionable. Instead of it, the Panasonic Toughpad JT B1 is just a beastly looking device with its no holds barred layout approach. Not just is it weighty & broad, though its white tough seeming plastic exterior does not bring out any positive glances from.

There is nothing worth bragging about, as its viewing angles are awful. It is so poor that the slightest of tilts results in a bit heavy distortion & color bleeding thus it is difficult to witness whether or not its 500nits of brightness will impact the outdoor visibility. In addition, there is nothing to excite us in with the experience, as it is none other than the aged Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich experience on it.

Truthfully, if it were not water & drop resistant, it could easily win the ugliest slate design award. Although we commend the impermeable feature of the Panasonic Toughpad JT B1, it is a tough battle ignoring its higher than normal price tag of $1200 when it gets launched. Still, some users will buy it for its sturdy body.

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