Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 Driver

Thursday, December 17th 2015. | Toughbook

Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 Driver Download – Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 has been hailed as the Toughbook tablet, but really it is less powerful Toughbook touchscreen technology with some of the doubts that only a niche business users will benefit from. Panasonic Toughbook mobile computers are engineered to withstand drops, spills, dust and dirt, and to perform in the harshest environments. Rugged reliability, low cost of ownership and appreciation of the reviewers are just a few reasons why Toughbook computers keep winning over the world’s heaviest users. Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 is a convertible tablet PC is able to withstand the hard knocks and spilled drinks alike. We do like the idea of a semi-rugged laptop touchscreen, and the Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 certainly has its benefits. In an ideal world, however, we will improve the configuration a bit: we will provide 4GB of RAM and a SSD rather than a mechanical hard drive, and we will add some modcons such as USB 3.0 and HDMI.

Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 Driver

Developer :
Panasonic
Support :
Windows 7, Windows XP
Size :
84 MB
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Toughbook CF-C1 Driver Download

CF-C1 is very portable, and Panasonic should be applauded for making such a durable hybrid laptop that is portable. Weighing just 1.7kg and it is easy to carry around. There is some flex in the plastic, but this is the secret behind his ability to absorb shocks, and can handle high-table falls and the water drain away from the keyboard in case of a spill. There are two batteries in the Panasonic Toughbook CR-C1 to provide a longer performance, but the Battery Eater test we made light work of both, drain them in 128 minutes. This translates to about five hours of general business use, but it is far from all-day computing. In short, this is a disappointing device which left us totally underwhelmed. Toughbook PC always will be bespoke for specific applications and situations, but it does not disguise the poor performance, touchscreen experience frustration and a lack of features.

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