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Panasonic ToughPad Tablet First Impressions Review

Panasonic's ToughPad may not be groundbreaking, but it brings unprecedented durability to the table(t).

January 12, 2012
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Internet Apps

Because the ToughPad runs on Google's vaunted Android Honeycomb, users will delight in full access to the Android Market. Also included on the ToughPad before you get it running is an app to interface with a WiFi-enabled Panasonic TV set, which will allow you to drag and drop media files to play on the TV. We've seen this from Vizio this year as well, but the ToughPad does it without an IR blaster.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Internet Apps
  5. Conclusion
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