Gamber-Johnson’s Toughpad docking station

Electronics | Laptops/tablets | April 29, 2014

Gamber-Johnson Panasonic Toughpad Docking StationGamber-Johnson’s lightweight vehicle docking station for the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1 7-inch tablet computer is designed to minimize the overall unit’s footprint. A push-and-turn lock is engineered for easy docking and undocking, while bottom-facing ports allow cable routing for most mounting applications. The docking station provides two levels of port replication, both with optional dual antenna pass-through for WWAN/WLAN/GPS, and is designed for rugged mobile environments and to meet shock/vibration and crash test standards.

Gamber-Johnson, www.gamberjohnson.com

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