Panasonic Toughbook handheld computer

Electronics | Laptops/tablets | January 23, 2012

The Panasonic Toughbook U1 Ultra is a portable handheld device that is tested to withstand collisions and operates on Windows. Designed for highly mobile jobs, the U1 Ultra has improved sunlight display and options for a 29-key numeric keypad, GPS, barcode reader, camera and mobile broadband. It provides remote access in real time.

Panasonic

www.panasonic.com

(800) 405-0652

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