29.01.2009 21:32

New Panasonic toughbook CF-H1

Category: new notebook models
By: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika

Panasonic ToughBook CF-H1 is designed to provide Clinical Assistance.

Toughbook CF-H1

Toughbook CF-H1

On stand

On stand

Panasonic has always been a niche player in the laptop market. Their Toughbook series is aimed at the mostly outdoor players like technician, scientists and those who travel a lot and off-terrain. Last year Panasonic was one of the first manufacturers to show off Intel's Atom platform in its ToughBook CF-U1 UMPC. Now Panasonic has worked with Intel again to produce the ToughBook CF-H1 Mobile Clinical Assistant. And with Intel pushing its Digital Health initiative hard, it must be pretty happy with what Panasonic has brought to the market.

At its most basic level the ToughBoook CF-H1 is a digital tool for use in a medical environment and can be used for anything from reading patient notes, to accessing medical databases – or so the manufacturer intends to. It uses InPlay’s unique digital pen and touch interface solution. Combined with it is a 10.4” touchscreen a resolution of 1,024 x 768 with 4:3 aspect ratios.

"We are very pleased to be chosen by Panasonic, a recognized leader in the rugged mobile computing field" said Van Potter, InPlay President and CEO. "It is particularly gratifying to be included in the CF-H1. Panasonic has developed an impressive full-featured device that expands upon the standard list of MCA features to provide a very useful tool for hospitals and clinics."

This machine is certainly not cheap and will come to you at £1,649.00 (Exc VAT)

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