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Panasonic brings Toughbook to business

Panasonic has introduced its Toughbook laptop in to its high street stores in a move to make them available to small and medium businesses.

According to Panasonic, these devices have been around for a decade and are made to withstand the rigours of heavy daily use. The device has been in use by larger organisations looking to reduce the costs of laptop maintenance, and feature a long battery life as well as being able to withstand drops, knocks and spillages.

The CF-F8 is a rugged, lightweight business PC with integrated carrying handle, the CF-W8 carries an in-built DVD drive and the CF-52 features a robust widescreen. All three devices will be available from Panasonic stores from this month.

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