Watch this! Panasonic ToughPad powered by Windows 8 still works if you drop it (video)

Remember those Toughbook laptops from Panasonic? They looked like they were designed for the military and lacked visual beauty. Now, Panasonic has unveiled the ToughPad, which is a tablet powered by Windows 8. The ToughPad is strongly made and capable of withstanding rough handling. Microsoft wants you to know that if you drop it, you just pick it back up and use it, because it will still work!

The Panasonic ToughPad FZ-G1 is a ten inch tablet with an Intel Core i5-3437U vPro processor and a 128/256 SSD for storage capacity. And for price? It will cost you around $2,900!

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