Japanese technology company Panasonic has launched a semi-robust notebook – Toughbook FZ-55. FZ-55 is aimed at professionals in the automotive, federal / public security, utility, defense and pharmaceutical sectors and will be available through Panasonic’s partners starting at 1.49 lakh (excluding taxes).
The Panasonic Toughbook The FZ-55 comes with the Toughbook Universal Bay, which allows users to update new features on their device anytime, anywhere. According to the company, the device with an expandable battery life of 40 hours is intended for work on the go – supported by the replaceable additional battery. The FZ-55 is pre-installed with Windows 10 Pro and the new 8th generation Intel Core 15 VPro processor. It comes with a 3 year guarantee.
The Toughbook FZ-55 has a magnesium honeycomb housing with a handle. The FZ-55 has 8 GB of RAM with up to 32 GB, 256 GB / 512 GB, and 1 TB SSD options. The device is equipped with a 10-finger input and the latest WAVE and MIDI Playback, Intel High Definition Audio Subsystem for high quality multi-channel audio experiences. The device offers data transmission with a USB 3.1 Type-C connection and USB Power Delivery and was developed to meet all requirements for mobile computers under extreme operating conditions.
Vijay Wadhawan, Group Leader, System Solutions Business at Panasonic India, commented on the launch: “Toughbook notebooks have been on the market for over 25 years and are synonymous with durability, ease of use and performance, especially in difficult conditions. With this in mind, we at Panasonic have carefully developed the new Toughbook FZ-55 in order to further strengthen our market share and to meet the specific needs of consumers for safety and durability. ”