Panasonic adds Ivy Bridge CPU to Toughbook CF-53

The newly arrived Intel Ivy Bridge CPU will be making news in the weeks to follow, being added to a large number of desktops, laptops and ultrabooks and Panasonic is just one of the companies to offer the novelty to its customers in its protected notebook Toughbook CF-53.

The notebook model, offering the new Ivy Bridge CPU will be known as CF-53JALBY1M and is now available in several US online stores.

The Panasonic CF-53JALBY1M notebook now offers the dual-core Intel Core i5-3220 processor at 2.6 GHz, 4 GB of DDR3 memory and a 500 GB hard drive that spins at 7200 rpm. The notebook also includes the vPro technology and a 14-inch HD display.

Panasonic Toughbook CF-53

It’s hard to say right now when the laptop will be available in “normal” stores although the pricing in the US is already known – 2015 USD and up.


Source: IXBT.com

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