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 Post subject: CF-20 is coming out...
PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2015 1:46 pm 
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Have a look at the configurator.... "CF-20 (Coming Soon)"

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:22 pm 
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tooo bad that is all the information that I can find at the moment, just this one dropdown box entry at http://business.panasonic.com/toughbook ... uters.html
no ftp updates, no google results

Rob, can you tell us more?


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Wonder if it will replace the CF-19

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 07, 2015 6:24 am 
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The Toughbook 20 is a fully rugged, lightweight detachable laptop with a removable keyboard that transforms
into a fully functioning tablet with just one hand. It is the first fully rugged detachable laptop in the market and
features a magnesium alloy chassis and durable MIL
STD 810G and IP65 design.
At only 3.9 pounds, it’s good on the go with a clever built in handle that also functions as a kickstand, an optional bridge battery which allows hot swappable battery replacement without disruption and the broadest range of ports and integrated options in
its class. The Panasonic Toughbook 20 comes with a display that allows you to touch the screen with or without gloves. Its sunlight
viewable 800 nit IPS alpha display with direct bonding enables wider viewing angles and richer colors.

The fully rugged detachable laptop is purpose-built for mobile workers, delivering features that enable
productivity both in and out of doors, including a 10.1” sunlight-viewable 800 nit IPS display with gloved
multi touch capabilities, a waterproof stylus pen and a backlit keyboard that is 16 percent larger than the
Toughbook® 19. The standard 2MP webcam and optional 8MP rear camera expand communications
options for field workers. The device’s optional bridge battery allows for continuous operation and the
optional second battery (located in keyboard dock) doubles battery life and can also be swapped between
the tablet and keyboard dock.



Optional features include a true serial port, magstripe reader, 1D/2D capable barcode reader, dedicated
GPS or 4G LTE multi carrier modem to ensure the Toughbook 20 provides the versatility needed to
complete any task in the field. At a mere 3.9 pounds (2.1 lbs. for the tablet only), the device is
exceptionally portable.



The Toughbook 20 comes with all of the advanced security features users expect from Windows devices
and 6th Generation Intel R CoreTM vProTM processor technology, plus integrated options such as insertable
or contactless SmartCard readers, fingerprint readers for maximum flexibility for dual factor
authentication. The device also includes dual Kensington lock slots - one that secures the tablet and the
keyboard and a second for the keyboard dock only.



The Toughbook 20 is supported by a broad selection of accessories, including a desktop dock, vehicle
docks, rotating hand strap, 4-bay battery charger, vehicle charger, carrying cases and replacement items
such as waterproof stylus pens for digitizers, tethers, protective screen films, batteries and AC adapters.



Panasonic Toughbook 20: Key Features
Versatility: World’s first fully rugged detachable PC, combining the best features of laptop and tablet.
Processor: Intel® CoreTM m5-6Y57 vProTM Processor (4MB cache, 1.1GHz up to 2.8 GHz with Intel®
Turbo Boost Technology).
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro operating system with option to downgrade to Windows 7.
Display: 10.1” WUXGA 1920 x 1200 (224 PPI) sunlight-viewable 800 nit IPS display
Memory & Storage: 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD (upgradeable to 256GB or 512GB).
Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 515.
Battery Life: An identical, removable, full-shift 2600mAh battery comes standard in the tablet and as
an option in the keyboard dock
Hot Swappable: Optional bridge battery allows batteries to be hot swapped for continuous use.
Durability: Designed to meet MIL-STD-810G, MIL-STD-461F and IP65.
Connectivity: A variety of ports on both tablet and keyboard dock for maximum portability and
flexibility including USB (including one high powered 1.5A USB), SDXC, HDMI, VGA, Serial, Ethernet,
Wireless: 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Dual Pass Antenna, optional 4G LTE multi carrier or Dedicated
GPS.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 07, 2015 12:59 pm 
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Sorry guys. Yes, I knew it was a tablet convertible as pictured... I'm not allowed to disclose anything more than that yet :)

I just hinted at what was public information and you guys can do the rest. It's the best I can offer :)

Thanks!

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~New 5/19/17 - CF-20A5001KM Win10, Intel Core m5-6Y57 1.1GHz, 128GB SSD, 8GB, Verizon 4G LTE, Intel 8260 WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth~
~For the wife (New 4/1/15): CF-AX2LDJZEY/i5/128GB SSD/4GB/Win 8.1~
~Others: CF-52MLBBQ2M (Home Workstation), CF-H2ASFHG1M (Mounted Kitchen Security Cam Viewer), CF-H1CSLFZ1M (Mounted Master Bath Security Cam Viewer)
~New 11/13/14 Donations thanks to everyone at Toughbooktalk: IBM xSeries 3650/2 x Xeon X5560 2.8GHz/16GB RAM/8 x 600GB 10KRPM SAS RAID 5/3.71TB Space/Win 2008 R2/3000VA + 1250VA Battery Backup~
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 07, 2015 8:40 pm 
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Thanks for the specs and picture!
Do we have guesstimates for semi-official announce / release dates?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:45 am 
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It looks like tomorrow (Monday)is the official release date. 8)

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2015 12:12 pm 
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http://business.panasonic.com/toughbook ... ok-20.html

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~Rob - Rugged Depot ~ Cell: (630)/300-8877~

~Fully rugged Toughbook user since April 18th 2005~
~New 5/19/17 - CF-20A5001KM Win10, Intel Core m5-6Y57 1.1GHz, 128GB SSD, 8GB, Verizon 4G LTE, Intel 8260 WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth~
~For the wife (New 4/1/15): CF-AX2LDJZEY/i5/128GB SSD/4GB/Win 8.1~
~Others: CF-52MLBBQ2M (Home Workstation), CF-H2ASFHG1M (Mounted Kitchen Security Cam Viewer), CF-H1CSLFZ1M (Mounted Master Bath Security Cam Viewer)
~New 11/13/14 Donations thanks to everyone at Toughbooktalk: IBM xSeries 3650/2 x Xeon X5560 2.8GHz/16GB RAM/8 x 600GB 10KRPM SAS RAID 5/3.71TB Space/Win 2008 R2/3000VA + 1250VA Battery Backup~
~AT&T 1GB Fiber 1GB/1GB business static line~
~Gamber & Johnson Diamond Partner~

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2015 1:49 pm 
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my first impressions:
+ techspecs are amazing. skylake for the win
+ awesome idea to give it 2x hdmi, 1x vga and 2x lan. that is flexibility!
? mixed feelings about consumer-ish look, reduced drop rating(cf19:180cm, cf20:120cm) and capacitive IPS display
- dislike non-optional(?) webcam + microphone

good reads:
Announcement ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/computer/toughbook20/toughbook-20_launch_pr.pdf
SpecSheet ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/computer/toughbook20/toughbook-20_specsheet.pdf
FAQ ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/computer/toughbook20/toughbook-20_faqs.pdf
RuggedPcReview http://ruggedpcreview.com/3_notebooks_panasonic_toughbook_20.html

what's your take on survival / further development of cf19 product line?
the numbering scheme implies death of cf19, even tough it's an entirely different plattform for different use cases.

Also, I'm wondering if Panasonic is slowly moving away from fully-rugged.
cf31 has a fan. cf20 has widescreen ips display + less drop resistance

BR,
Karl Klammer


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