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Panasonic Toughpad JT-B1

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the screen and battery. The design and touch screen are also mentioned favorably, whereas some have doubts about the value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the Panasonic Toughpad JT-B1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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FIFA 14 Benchmarked

 

Every year. It's 2013, and Electronic Arts hasn't forgotten to release a new version of their successful soccer video game. Even though the game's graphics demands are the same as ever, we tested the new FIFA 14 with a variety of notebook graphics...

A further thank you goes to Micron for providing the 480 GB large Crucial M500, on which Windows 7 Professional 64-bit is installed

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Panasonic Toughpad JT-B1

 

Panasonic's Toughpad is the only ruggedised Android tablet on the market, and it's clearly a different proposition to most of the svelte, glossy devices we've reveiewed recently at PC Pro. Its chunky grey exterior is ringed with a thick band of rubbery...

A rock-solid and well-specified tough tablet, but the high price means it's a luxury most businesses will find hard to justify

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CommunicAsia 2013: Panasonic shows off Toughpad JT-B1

 

The Japanese company even tested the tablet's claim to survive a 1.5-metre fall, by letting a blogger drop the 7-inch tablet from chest height.

On those counts, the 7-inch Toughpad JT-B1 seems like a nice addition to Panasonic’s bigger Android and Windows tablets in the Toughpad range.

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