Panasonic Solutions Co. has created the Toughbook H2, the newest in its line of rugged, ergonomic, Windows-based tablet PCs. The device is aimed at field service workers, first responders, clinicians and other "mission-critical" professionals, the company said. The new tablet includes an enhanced processor, increased RAM and hard drive capacity, input/output ports and a screen that is viewable in all lighting conditions. The Toughbook H2 is powered by an Intel Core processor and comes standard with 4 GB of RAM, expandable to 8 GB; and a 320 GB hard drive with optional 128 GB solid state drive. Other features include a 10.1-inch dual-touch display, optional barcode and radio frequency identification (RFID) readers, camera, global positioning system and Gobi 2000 3G mobile broadband technology from Qualcomm. The unit will offer embedded support for 4G networks, with certifications due later this year. Security options include a fingerprint reader and insertable or contactless SmartCard reader.
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