Panasonic has integrated into a single device extremely light and portable, all the desirable features for consumers with extensive business, always looking for efficiency and effectiveness. With the new Panasonic Toughbook J9, the Japanese proposed a solution designed to offer high performance without sacrificing what are the best qualities of portability. In fact, Toughbook J9 measures just 251.9 × 171.7 × 27.3-35.1 mm and weighs less than a kilogram.
Nevertheless, it is equipped with a 10.1 inch display capable of giving images with a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels instead of the standard 1024 x 600 pixels, typical of devices bearing the same form factor. But not all. The standard version of this gem, called the Panasonic Toughbook J9N, uses a powerful Intel Core 2.4 GHz 370M-i3, a real component of excellence for a 10-inch device. There is also a traditional hard drive 160 GB
The High Performance, Panasonic Toughbook CF-J9L, incorporates an Intel Core i5-460m 2.53 GHz that leaves no room for doubt about the overall performance of this high tech. Unlike its predecessor, has installed a unit usually is 128 GB. Besides these differences, Panasonic has been shown to assemble a compact and lightweight device giving up their poor performance or inadequate for many of the configurations currently on the market.
Evidently, Toughbook J9 is a mobile system designed especially for users willing to spend up to $ 2,140 to buy what may look like just a netbook but that conceals something else. Panasonic Toughbook J9 also offers two USB 2.0 ports for connecting any peripherals, Ethernet card, WiFi and WiMAX connectivity, multiformat card reader and a HDMI output to connect to external HD televisions.
Both versions, then, are characterized by a memory of 2 GB and the presence of operating system Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit version. Availability is scheduled to begin next October. You do not have precise details about the distribution in Europe. Increasingly turning to particular uses, the manufacturer has recently introduced the new device rugged ToughBook CF-U1 Ultra.