Pros: Robust build, drop and shock proof from heights of up to 1.5m,water and dust proof, stylus support, Wi-Fi hotspot router that can support up to five devices. Extremely lightweight
Cons: Speakers, low memory.
Bottomline: The tablet is worth buying for those who need to use a device under extreme conditions. This tablet will never disappoint you for its toughness.
The innovative features of the tablet are in its sturdy and robust design. The tablet is built for the rough usage as it withstands water and dust, and is drop and shock proof from heights of up to 1.5m. The device is an average performer with only a 5 hour battery backup which is a bit low for a tablet of this class. The response time of the devive is average compared to tablets like the Apple iPad which comes for a much lesser price. The video playback is also not very impressive.
The Panasonic ToughPad is a high budget tablet with Android 4.0 ICS and works on 1,2GHz Marvel Dual Core CPU. The tablet has a 10.1-inch anti-glare and anti-reflective multi touch capacitive display and 1024 x 768p which makes it a pleasure to use under sunlight. The tablet works on a 1GB DDR and 2GB RAM and comes up with an internal memory of 16GB.
The device has a 5MP camera with LED flash and a 2MP front-facing camera, both of which fails to give very good picture quality. This tablet is also enabled with 3G (HSPA+21Mbps), Wi-Fi hotspot that supports up to five devices, Bluetooth and GPS. Ports are not mentioned.
The tablet comes with a stylus (digitizer pen) that allows the user to tap, pinch and rotate with ease and speed. The most adorable feature of the tablet is its light weight which is highly commendable at only 0.99kg, making it a lightweight yet tough tablet