Panasonic Toughbook S10, Probably The Toughest Notebook Yet
Panasonic, the name always strikes our mind with an image of tough laptops, officially used by the US Defense. These notebooks are meant for hard purposes. The latest in the line is the S10 toughbook with testable limits of hardness and durability. A laptop which can handle a 30″ drop, can sustain in submersible water and can play with dust and snow. Made up with hard magnesium alloy case supported by shock mounted flex-connected hard drives, these laptops are acclaimed everywhere in the world.
The latest in the line is the S10 featuring a core i5 processor with 2.5 GHz with turbo boost up to 3.2 GHz, 4GB SDRAM DDR3, 320 GB hard disk (shok mounted flex-connected hard disk), 12.1″ widescreen LED display, HDMI video, USB 2.0 and 3.0, Circular scrolling touch pad, WiFi, 12.5 hrs of turbo battery life and many more hardened features.
At the end considering the fact that many people would not like these toughbooks because of their unsophisticated and hard characteristics, these are meant for those who wants to stay out of the race of a more muscular and tougher side.