Panasonic Toughpad fz g1 – Making all Work Easy
Panasonic's new Toughpad FZ-G1 tablet provides excellent performance with longer battery life
and more computing power. In most cases, a sturdy tablet is not mistaken for a traditional
The Panasonic toughpad fz g1 is bulkier than traditional tablets, but it's hard to find a
lightweight and sturdy tablet. The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 weighs only 2.2 pounds, less than
half the weight of the durable 5.8 lbsXplore iX104C5DMSR-M2 tablet. The toughpad weighs
only 0.8 pounds.
Panasonic advertises the Toughpad FZ-G1 as the world's thinnest 10-inch rugged Windows 8
Despite its thinness, the FZ-G1 can be hit. The silver-magnesium alloy chassis comes with an
elastomeric coating and corner bumpers to protect it from heavy drops. The ports are covered
to keep dust and other irritants out of the device.
At the bottom of the screen are some physical buttons. Two of these buttons, labeled A1 and
A2, can be customized to perform specific devices' specific functions. In addition to these
programmable buttons, there is a volume control key, a Windows button to switch between the
Windows 8 tile interface and the desktop, and a power button on the far right.
The ML-STD-810G approved tablet can withstand temperatures from -20 to 140 degrees
Celsius, explosive atmospheres, various rain conditions, and other situations that break
standard tablets apart.
Panasonic boasts that the toughpad can be dropped from a height of 3 to 6 feet to each corner
and surface up to 26 times. Its front bumper protrudes slightly from the screen and the
The Panasonic toughpad fz g1 is a completely sturdy tablet. In other words, it is also IP-65
certified. Ingress Protection Ratings (IP) indicates the amount of environmental stress a device
can withstand. The IP-65 rating of the Toughpad means that it cannot be submerged in water
but is protected from dust and l