Today, Panasonic has just released a new tablet called Toughpad FZ-G1 ATEX. Accordingly, this equipment has been certified to operate in high explosive environments.
First, the Toughpad FZ-G1 ATEX is powered by the Intel® Core ™ i5-6300u vPr 6 processor. This processor is optimized for connectivity and has many connectivity options. combined with Windows 10 Pro. Supported connections on the machine include a 2D barcode reader, GPS, micro SD, USB 2.0, and wired LAN.
Panasonic says it will have up to 14 hours of battery life and supports fast battery replacement. In addition, the Toughpad FZ-G1 ATEX also passes thermal stress tests with MIL-STD 810G and IP65 ratings. In case you do not know, ATEX is the name given to the framework for fire control and the standards of the equipment and protection systems used in it. Readers can refer more detail here.
According to Jan Kaempfer, general manager of marketing for Panasonic Computer Solutions, said: “Panasonic has been in the process of designing and manufacturing durable mobile computing devices to comply with ATEX standards, safety standards. The new tablet will be Panasonic’s most versatile ATEX device ever. This model will provide people who work in a variety of thermal environments. Another common computer. ”
The Fujitsu Tablet Toughpad FZ-G1 ATEX will be available in February this year for €3028 (85.4 million).