Panasonic has revealed its two newest devices of its Toughpad family at CES as the FZ-G1 powered by Windows 8 slate and the 7-inches tablet JT-B1 loaded up with Android - Ice Cream Sandwich.
Panasonic Toughbook and Toughpad are a rigid constructed devices with silver plastic shell over it with coated of black rubber corners. Still we don’t know whether its drop test compatible or not but its recommended that never try to drop it if you love your money.
Anyhow, the Android tablet is loaded with Ice Cream Sandwich and packed up with dual-core OMAP chip for more smoother performance. It is expected that this device will be a popular gadget for customers.
Meanwhile, the other Windows 8 slate’s screen is more brighter and more lively and packed with Core i5 CPU and yes with more smoothly and well organized OS’s UI tiles. It is a solid piece as well but the performance output shows some significant differences in both the devices.
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Source & more details: Engadget