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Panasonic

By Chris Dawson January 6, 2017 - 9:16 am

Panasonic Toughbook Space Mission

Panasonic debuted the first Toughbook to the world 20 years ago and since then everyone has done their utmost to break them doing everything from freezing them, burning them and running them over with just about every type of vehicle available and even blowing them

Panasonic showcases new mobile payment innovation at RBT Expo

At the Retail Business Technology Expo in London, Panasonic are launching a new range of mobile retail applications and payment solutions. Panasonic is launching the latest version Toughpad FZ-M1 tablet alongside a 3D Intel RealSense camera application and will demonstrate Ingenico’s iCMP, one of the smallest

New Panasonic FZ-F1 & FZ-N1 handheld devices

Panasonic have unveiled their smallest Toughpad device to date, the 4.7 inch Panasonic Toughpad FZ-F1 and FZ-N1 handheld tablets. The lightweight feature packed devices are fully rugged and ergonomically designed, ideal for warehouse or outdoor situations. Angled rear barcode reader The angled rear barcode reader in the

Contactless payments integrated into Tablets

Ingenico Group have introduced contactless payment with a Panasonic tablet. This represents a major step in the partnership between Intel and Ingenico Group, initiated in March 2015 and aimed at integrating Intel's technology and Ingenico Group's secure payment solutions into connected objects. The solution jointly developed

The world’s first fully rugged detachable laptop

Panasonic will announce tomorrow the upcoming January launch of the Toughbook CF-20, the worlds first fully rugged detachable laptop. I was lucky enough to get to see one at Panasonic's event in London this evening. The world is changing and whilst tablets are taking away market

ToughBook FZ-G1: Ideal for warehouse use

If you saw last Sunday's Top Gear, you'd have seen the (not so) intrepid international rescue team of Clarkson and May set out to rescue Hammond from the frozen Rockies in Canada. But did you spot the tablet they were given to take along on