Meet Toughbook CF-33, a fully rugged 2-in-1 detachable laptop, that takes about anything mother nature and human stupidity can throw at it.
Making its maiden appearance at Mobile World Congress, Panasonic Toughbooks are made to withstand extreme conditions, which make these ideal devices for emergency services, maintenance technicians, and even in cockpits or by airport crews. The CF-33 is no exception, and has followed the footsteps of its predecessors carrying the pedigree and is both a notebook and a tablet with some pretty tough capabilities. Coming in at a 12.0”, this chunk of metal is a fully rugged notebook that also comes with hot swappable twin batteries, detachable keyboard, and highly configurable capabilities. We have seen them in action movies, and is also primarily a choice for those in maintenance and service technicians in utilities and telecommunications, as well as government agencies, defense, the police and other emergency services.