This week Panasonic unveiled their latest Toughbook notebook, the Toughbook 33.

Like many Toughbooks before it, the 33 features a rugged design that has been designed for anyone who wants to take their notebook with them. It features covered ports with a bulky plastic design that will definitely take a few bruises.

But that rugged design isn’t everything (although the drop test below is pretty impressive).

If you look at the spec sheet for this one you will actually find some pretty impressive specifications.

As a 2-in-1 convertible, you can completely detach the screen from the body of the tablet if you want to use it as a tablet instead of a tablet.

That display is also pretty impressive with a 4K touchscreen panel and features that allow it to be used even when you are wearing gloves or sitting in the rain.

To top that off, the Toughbook 33 also comes with Intel’s Kaby Lake Core i5 and Core i7 processors as an option, or with the ability to swap that out for a Skylake chip.

You would decide that depending on if you want to run Windows 7 or Windows 10.

If you choose Windows 10, you will also be able to use the Windows Hello feature via the integrated camera which even comes with infrared capabilities that allow you to use the feature in the dark.

The Toughbook 33 will also feature either 8GB or 16GB of RAM, either 256GB or 512GB of SSD storage, and onboard LTE connectivity if you want that.

It also comes with a battery life that Panasonic claims to last for up to 10 hours, or for up to 20 hours if you use the optional long-life batteries instead.

But because the Toughbook 33 uses 2 batteries at a time, you can hot-swap them out as you choose to.

This does mean that it is pretty heavy at 6.1 pounds, however, you should expect that from a Toughbook.

You can find out more about the new Toughbook at the source link below.

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