Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 rugged laptop

The Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 can be dropped, kicked, splashed with water and exposed to dust, and it'll love it!

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    3.50 / 5
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    5.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 5,499.00 (AUD)

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Brendan Patrick

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Pros
Tough as nails Incredibly versatile Excellent connectivity Powerful ‘laptop’ specs Superb battery life Great Resale Value
Cons
Expensive unless purchased as a Refurbished Toughbook, Its tough but it will chip and crack when dropped.
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Refurbished Review Price at Black Hawk USA $990.00

Key Features: Fully rugged: weatherproof, dustproof, drop-proof; Convertible laptop/tablet with swivel screen ; 10.1in 1024 x 768 IPS touchscreen with Wacom stylus; Dual Core , 4GB RAM, up to 500GB HDD or SSD; USB 3.0, 3G, ExpressCard, Smartcard, TPMr; Magnesium alloy chassis

Manufacturer: Panasonic
Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 – Intro, Design and Build

Intro
The Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 is a mean laptop. It’s one you can take to war and it will work even after a cluster bomb explodes overhead. Welcome to the ruggedized laptop.

Professional Refurbished rugged laptops and even tablets have been around for a long time. They’re in high demand with the military, security, field engineers, medical personnel and pretty much any scenario where the reliability of your technology is crucial in a potentially hostile environment.

The Laptop machine itself, we’ve looked at this particular model before, with the Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 from 2007. It’s a 10-inch clamshell convertible laptop/tablet like the Lenovo ThinkPad, but with a magnesium alloy inner chassis, your choice of processors, up to 4GB of RAM,
for the Refurbished Machine as of 2013. It's drop-proof hard drive or SSD, and tons of connectivity including 3G.

The Toughbook CF-19 is not a pretty laptop, just cool. The AR-15 is not pretty either, just a tool. It looks like a 90's laptop, but people are tired of things breaking, and batteries dying, and with the big Prepper push, this is the machine any survivor would want in their backpack.....now that makes it good looking. Read more at http://www.PanasonicToughbooks.net

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