Panasonic debuts Toughbook CF-AX3 2-in-1 ultrabook

Panasonic debuts Toughbook CF-AX3 2-in-1 ultrabook

Panasonic has debuted the Toughbook CF-AX3 2-in-1 ultrabook – a device that combines the properties of both a tablet and a notebook all in one tough chassis.

Designed to serve the needs of mobile people and businesses the Toughbook CF-AX3 2-in-1 ultrabook comes with a 11.6-inch multi touch IPS anti-glare display at Full HD resolution and 170-degree viewing angles. The ultrabook offers a fast Intel Core i5-4300U Haswell processor, a better battery that can power the device for up to 12 hours, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, support for LTE, VGA and HDMI ports, USB 3.0, LAN and a sturdy chassis that can survive drops of up to 76 centimeters with no problems. Strangely enough Panasonic has not provided more details about the hardware inside.

The latest Panasonic ultrabook will go on sale in Europe in November 2013 where it will sell for GBP 1379.

Source: Panasonic

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