Panasonic Toughpad G1, FZ-G1 MK1, Intel Core i5-3437U @1.90GHz, 10.1" WUXGA Gloved Multi Touch + Digitizer LCD, 4GB DDR3L SDRAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, Webcam, Dual Pass (Ch1:WWAN/Ch2:GPS) , Windows 10 Professional
The fully rugged Panasonic toughpad FZ-G1 MK1 tablet powered with Windows 10 pro is ideal for field workforces in outdoor settings. Powered with 10 -finger Capacitive multi-touch display and digitizer pen. The FZ-G1 can be used to view high definition documentation in the field. Lightweight design, 120cm shock resistant, Water and dust resistant.
About the item:
|Model Number||FZ-G1 MK1|
|CPU||Intel® Core™ i5-3437U vPro™ Processor, 1.9GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.9GHz, Intel Smart Cache 3MB|
|O/S||Windows 10 Professional|
|Storage||128 GB SSD - check available customizations|
|Camera||720p webcam with mic + 3MP rear camera with auto focus and LED light|
|Keyboard||Optional - check available customizations|
|Memory||8 GB DDR3L SDRAM|
|Display||10.1" WUXGA 1920 x 1200 with LED backlighting + 10-point capacitive multi touch + digitizer daylight-readable screen|
|Graphics||Intel® HD Graphics 4000|
|Wireless||Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265, Bluetooth, 4G LTE, Dual Pass (Ch1:WWAN/Ch2:GPS)|
|Case Material||Magnesium alloy|
|Ports and slots||Docking connector 24-pin, 1 x HDMI Type A, Headphones/speaker Mini-jack stereo, 1 x USB 3.0 Type A|
|Weight & Dimensions||3.0lbs - 10.6"(L) x 7.4"(W) x 0.8"(H)|
|Battery||Standard battery: Li-ion 11.1 V, 4200 mAh (typ.),80 mAh (min.)|
About the Condition:
- Fully Functional - Guaranteed.
- Comes with 90-Day Rugged Books Warranty with optional extension. Please check customizations.
(1) Auto charger: This adapter will operate the notebook and charge the battery in a vehicle.
(2) Vehicle Docking: Gamber-Johnson vehicle docking station for the Panasonic FZ-G1 tablet computer with dual RF, keyed alike lock and Gamber-Johnson mount pattern. Ports: (2) USB 3.0, Serial, VGA, Ethernet, HDMI, Power In.
Warranty Information90-Day Rugged Books Warranty with optional extension. Please check customizations.
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turns out that a lot of the "mobile" software that I hoped to be able to use this with don't see it as a "mobile" device and instead treat it as a "desktop" device this means that even though it has GPS built in, Google Maps and Waze instead of giving turn by turn voice directions, offer to send the directions to my mobile device even though this is now my mobile device. I haven't yet tried to add it to my Verizon wireless account for the 4G but there's ways around that if they can't do it because it's an older device. so far the only stickler is the GPS. all the other issues I can solve by either running Android in a VM or by dual booting Android and Windows. it's funny a lot of the initial issues that I had with going full Android from a PC have now turned 180°, and for no good reason there absolutely no reason why Android device shouldn't be able to run most desktop level software, and the reverse is true as well... the only reason it won't is because the software designers have drawn an unnecessary line between "mobile" and "desktop" usages.