Panasonic has made a couple of addition in its ruggedized series of mobile computing devices that boast of protection from intruders and physical stress. The Toughpad FZ-A1 is an Android 4.0 tablet with a 10.1-inch matte screen with anti-reflection screen, Intel dual-core processor, and designed to resist drops, dust, and water. Panasonic has begun shipping the Toughpad FZ-A1 with a price-tag of Rs. 75,000.
In February, Panasonic will begin shipping the CF-AX2 Ultrabook that will run Windows 8, with a flip-over design to switch between tablet and laptop modes. Panasonic has divulged much about the guts of machines, other than highlighting that it will support hot-swapping of batteries. However, judging by existing models in its class, the CF-AX2 is likely to have an Intel processor, and a 12-inch screen. When it ships, the CF-AX2 will cost Rs. 130,000.