Panasonic showed a non-slip smartphone and tablet for $ 1500

Following the premiere of the tenacious smartphone Toughbook N1, Panasonic introduced two other novelties of this line – L1 and T1. As expected in this series, their main feature is a specially protected case.

Model T1 turned out though and thick for smartphones, but in its segment it is quite slender – only 13.1 mm and weight of 230 grams. The screen diagonal is 5 inches. The device is shockproof and withstands a fall from a height of 1.5 meters. The device was tested according to the military standard MIL-STD-810G. Smartphone is not afraid of solar radiation, low or high temperatures, hail, sand and dust.

Toughbook L1 – shockproof tablet. The device was equipped with a 7-inch screen with a modest HD resolution of 1280 × 720 pixels. But he, like the Toughbook T1, has a built-in barcode scanner.

Also, L1 and T1 replaceable batteries, which can be considered almost a unique feature for modern devices.

New items were estimated at $ 1,499.

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