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Panasonic has launched Toughpad FZ-M1, a rugged and durable tablet with 7-inch screen, to woo its enterprise customers.
Toughpad is powered by a Core i5 processor and Windows 8.1 Pro which means it can run almost all enterprise-specific applications that companies tend to use. The durable nature of the tablet also means that it is more likely to complement the life of road warriors.
FZ-M1 screen has a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. Its processor runs at 1.6GHz. The device has 4GB RAM but consumers have the option to opt for 8GB, if they want. The tablet has a 5 megapixel rear camera with LED Flash and a 2 megapixel autofocus webcam for video calling. It supports Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, optional 3G/4G LTE, and USB 3.0 port. If consumers want, they can also get smartcard reader, barcode reader, NFC, magnetic strip reader and serial port in FZ-M1. The tablet has a Li-ion 3220mAh battery. It measures measures 203 mm x 132 mm x 18 mm and weighs 540 gm.
In the table market, Panasonic is currently not counted in the league of Apple or Google. In the face of tough competition, the company seems to be focussing on enterprise customers, who have special needs like Windows Pro or tougher devices.
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