It will be animated by Windows 11, with Intel 11th gen mid-range and top processors the new Toughbook 40, an armored notebook also suitable for the military industry, with great autonomy, modularity, bright display, and fast memories. Coming soon with mobile options.
According to the calendar, Panasonic has announced, in the past few hours, a new armored laptop, the Panasonic Toughbook 40, intended for the defense, automotive and agricultural industries, where the terminal, also due to its modular approach, can be very useful.
Powered by Windows 11, the Panasonic Toughbook 40 notebook has an IP66 waterproof chassis, capable of withstanding 26 falls from 180 cm, to impacts, various shocks (humidity, thermal, vibration, heat) as per passing MIL-STD military tests. -810H and MIL-STD-461G. Open wide, it reveals a resolute 14-inch LCD touch panel in FullHD, capable of distinguishing, to switch to ad hoc mode, the touch of a pen, a glove, a finger, or wet skin.
On top of the visual panel mounts a 5 megapixel webcam with infrared, quad microphone array benefiting from ambient noise reduction, and the accompaniment of two stereo speakers enhanced with the Waves MaxxAudio function.
When it comes to ports and connectivity, Panasonic’s Toughbook 40 includes Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, 10 Gb / s USB Type-A connectors and USB Type-C with Thunderbolt (40 Gb / s). The options for 4 and 5G and eSIM will also arrive towards the summer. Thanks to 4 expansion areas, it is possible to mount fingerprint and smart card readers to enhance security (a Stealth Mode is always present which interrupts electronic transmissions and the backlit keyboard light with a single touch), but also drives for additional SSDs, Blu-ray, DVD, and ports such as VGA, USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A and True Serial.
At the helm, the Panasonic Toughbook 40 places 11th gen Intel processors, a choice of an i5-1145G7 or an i7-1185G7, with 3200 MHz DDR RAM sized at 16 or 32 GB and solid-state storage in the cuts from 512 GB, 1 or 2 TB, unless you opt for OPAL or FIPS SSDs up to 2 TB maximum when you opt for hardware encryption solutions. The battery, which can be recharged in 3 hours, offers up to 18 hours of autonomy, which can be doubled by adding an extra battery.