Owning a Panasonic Toughbook

Owning a Panasonic Toughbook

The Panasonic brand is known for its TVs, washing machines, ACs, etc., but not so much for mobile devices such as smartphones or tablet PCs. This is because the mobile devices market is quite saturated and there are more manufacturers vying for a respectable market share than one would like. To stand out from this crowd and make buyers take notice, you need to come up with something unique and ‘out of the box’. Panasonic did this with its Toughbook tablet PC line and has managed to capture a niche, as a result.

What is the Toughbook?

The Panasonic Toughbook is the most durable tablet PC there is on the market currently, besides being powerful and extremely reliable. It’s made for scenarios where your regular mobile device may not survive or is most vulnerable. Being able to survive the toughest of environment means there’s no costly replacements or repairs, and most importantly no loss of critical work data.

Let us go through the benefits in a bit more detail.

Advantages

Most mobile devices aren’t designed keeping the external world in mind. The Panasonic Toughbook takes externalities into consideration. A regular portable PC is most likely to lose data or experience downtime with accidental drops, liquid spills, and objects falling onto them. The Panasonic Toughbook is designed to withstand them all and it does that like a champ.

The failure rate of Panasonic Toughbook is the least of all portable computer devices. The failure rate of regular mobile computers across the industry is 21 percent. The Toughbook’s failure rate is astonishingly low at 2.99 percent. This means a Toughbook is built to last for years together.

Statistics relating to ownership of a Panasonic Toughbook are quite impressive as well. In comparison to commercial-grade PCs, Toughbook computer total annual ownership costs are significantly less. This means major savings over the years, in addition to a much better user experience overall.

Drawbacks

Perhaps the only drawback there is to owning a Panasonic Toughbook is its price. It’s almost two or three times the price of regular tablet computers. However, the initial costs you pay for the computer can be easily offset by the several financial and non-financial benefits you derive from the computer over years of usage.

Conclusion

The Panasonic Toughbook is not your regular portable PC. It’s designed keeping a specific audience in mind, who are almost certain to be quite happy with the purchase. And the fact that the Toughbook packs in top-end hardware and the latest software, besides its unique durability features, it’s no slouch even in the performance department.