The new Panasonic Toughpad has created a tablets that are supposed to be nearly indestructible.

These tablets are meant for people who will be rough on their devices (as well as businessmen, since it comes enterprise-ready). Packed with Military Standard 810G ruggedness certification, this tablet is able to withstand drops, sand and water damage, and a very wide range of temperatures.

There will be two versions of these tablets, the A1 and the B1. The first is a 10-inch device, while the second is a smaller, 7-inch tablet. As of now, only the A1 specs are available, so let’s take a look:

Lets check out on the specs then:

Android 3.2 Honeycomb
10.1-inch XGA (4:3) display
Marvell 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor
1 GB of RAM
16GB of internal storage / MicroSD up to 32GB
5MP rear-facing camera / 2MP front-facing camera
4G (LTE or WiMAX), 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR, Satellite GPS

Some of you may be wondering if this is a good option. Surely, the ruggedness may be a big plus, but that price in the title is not a typo. The Toughpad A1 tablet comes with a hefty price-tag of $1299. It will be available through Sprint, next Spring 2012, with its little brother, the B1, coming soon afterwards.



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