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    Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1*

    Intel® Core™ i5 processor

    From $2,861.86

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Screen: 10.1"
    • Memory: 4 GB
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    (5 reviews)

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Technical Specifications


  • i5-3437U processor
  • Y
  • Intel® Core™ i5
  • 1.90 GHz
  • 2/4
  • 3.0 MB
  • 2.90 GHz


  • Y
  • Y


  • 8 h


  • Black, Grey
  • Slate


  • 10.1"
  • Y
  • 1920 x 1200 pixels


  • HD Graphics 4000


  • Y
  • -


  • 4 GB


  • Y
  • Y
  • 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Operating System & Software

  • Windows 7

Ports & Interfaces

  • 1
  • 1

Weight & Dimensions

  • 2.42 lbs
  • 19 mm
  • 270 mm
  • 188 mm
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Expert Reviews (5)

  • 10 0

    Date: 18/12/2013

    Good: Bright and antireflective display, Good application performance, Solid build quality, IP56 certified, Possible operating temperatures, WWAN modem (Gobi), Excellent touchscreen, Digitizer pen

    Bad: Average cameras, Pretty loud with medium workloads, Expensive, Quite heavy

    Panasonic's fully-rugged tablet is a pretty unique product on the market. There are some similar devices like the Fieldbook TETRA iX104 C5, but they have much older components and lower resolution displays. Finally, they are also much more expensive. Othe...

  • 10 0

    Date: 18/10/2013

    Good: Solid performance, thanks to an Intel Core i53437U processor. Super rugged design survives all sorts of abuse, but is still light and slim. Great display combines highresolution, adjustable brightness, and capacitive touch. Wacom digitizer. Modular option...

    Bad: Only one USB port (two with optional USB module). Smallish 128GB drive

    From major disasters like torrential rain and merciless sandstorms to the more mundane threats of drops, spills, bumps, and bashes, there are any number of ways to ruin a PC when you need it the most. Panasonic, makers of the ToughBook, are solving this p...

  • 10 0

    Date: 23/08/2013

    Panasonic made headlines recently when it showed off a prototype 20-inch tablet with ultra-high-def 4k resolution. The ToughPad FZ-G1 is a bit more down to earth, but will probably be of more practical use for its target audience – people who work outdoor...

  • 10 0

    Date: 06/08/2013

    Good: Lightweight ; Fully rugged design; Very bright display; Speedy performance

    Bad: No fingerprint reader option; Bottom can get hot

    In most cases, you'd never mistake a rugged tablet for your everyday mainstream slate. However, Panasonic seeks to change that with its lightweight and relatively sleek Toughpad FZ-G1. The $2,399 Toughpad FZ-G1 weighs just over 2 pounds and comes with mil...

  • 10 0

    Date: 07/01/2013

    On January 8, 2013, Panasonic introduced the Windows 8-based 10.1-inch Toughpad ZF-G1 together with the 7-inch Android-based Toughpad B1. The new tablets join the existing Android-based 10.1-inch Toughpad A1, giving Panasonic a whole trio of "new era" ...

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