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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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Front

Front Image

Back

The ToughPad was bolted into its holder, so no photos of the back for us.

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Sides

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Size Comparisons

In the Box

Because the unit hasn't shipped yet, we are unable to know what it will be packaged with.

Handling

The ToughPad is thick, but all that seems to mean is that there's more to grab onto when you're holding it. This is good, because the tablet itself is not very light.

Handling Side Image
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Sections

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