Panasonic has launched two new products into the global market. These are CF-AX2 Ultrabook and Toughpad FZ-A1 tablet. Panasonic Toughpad is a tablet which the company claims to have designed with enterprise-class security.
Key features of the tablet include advanced device management capabilities and greater durability. This tablet would be powered by android operating system. Panasonic claims the higher-end tablet can be used extensively for healthcare services, construction companies and aviation industry.
Panasonic Ultrabook on the other hand is designed for users of the smartphone and tablet community. This product features a flip-over design which can be used both as a notebook or tablet. The new ultrabook will also appeal to business executives and merchandisers who are always on the move. Some of the key features of Panasonic CF-AX2 include its usability, stylish design, enhanced durability and a replaceable battery capable of giving a prolonged battery life.
Panasonic CF-AX2 ultrabook will be powered by the latest Windows 8 operating system which has an impressive user interface along with easier navigations and controls. It arrives with Microsoft Windows 8 Pro certification. The toughbook is powered by Intel Core i5 vPro Processor capable of providing faster computations. Other integrated functionalities in the tablet are GPS, Barcode Readers and Bluetooth.
Hide Harada, Director of IT Products Business Unit, Panasonic Corporation stated India to be a huge potential market for the company and Panasonic expects their solutions to be contributing immensely for the critical applications that are related to the development in such emerging nations. Panasonic FZ-A1 tablet would cost Rs.75,000 (approx) and is already available in major retail stores in India.
CF-AX2 Ultrabook would be available from February 2013 onwards for a price tag of around Rs.1.3 lac. With the rugged characteristics both products have, they would certainly be worth the money spent.