Toughbook Permanent Display Removable Computer Upgraded by Panasonic

Panasonic Toughbook PDRCThe manufacturer of durable and reliable Panasonic Toughbook Mobile Computers, Panasonic Solutions Company, announced today a new Toughbook Permanent Display Removable Computer, combining vehicle-mounted display with a full-functioning keyboard for more accessibility on public safety vehicles.

The Permanent Display Removable Computer features a brighter touchscreen display and improved visibility for the user. The upgraded Permanent Display Removable Computer works with other Toughbook mobile computers like the Toughbook U1, and others. It supports Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating systems and provides a secure and ergonomic system capable of transferring critical data on the field.

The twelve inch LCD Display is forty percent brighter than the previous Toughbook Permanent Display Removable Computer (PDRC). It equips USB ports which are very easy to access and also includes a backlit keyboard, which is also very durable.

“The improved Toughbook PDRC is the perfect tool for departments seeking total flexibility in their in-vehicle computing solution,” said Dave Poulin, senior business development manager for Panasonic Solutions Company. “With its proven durability, seamless integration and improved ease-of-use, the new PDRC helps first responders work faster and smarter inside their vehicles while also benefitting from the mobility of connected Toughbook devices.”

Panasonic Toughbook PDRC Features:

  • Supports Windows XP/Vista/7
  • 12.1” XGA sunlight-viewable LCD display
    o 2 to 1600 nit with LED backlighting
  • Dual integrated speakers with adjustable volume
  • Touchscreen capabilities
  • Five programmable function keys
  • Three PDRC-to-PC cables
    o Analog RGB
    o USB
    o Serial for “Power On”
  • Red backlit programmable emergency key for screen and keyboard
  • Three open USB ports
  • 11.0” (H) x 10.4” (W) x 1.2” (D)

This product is now available at the price of $2,279 from Panasonic distributors.

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