The tablet is fully rugged and has a battery life of 9 hours with standard batteries but this can be extended all the way to 15.5 hours with optional large batteries with dual battery capability.
In a press release, General manager of marketing for Panasonic’s mobile solutions business division in Europe, Jan Kaempfer provided further details on the Toughbook A3, saying:
“A successor to the popular TOUGHBOOK A2, this latest device is more rugged, powerful and able to work even longer in the field than its predecessor. The TOUGHBOOK A3 is ready-made for mobile workers in warehouses and using forklifts, field service agents and automotive workers needing devices for diagnostics, data management and operational controls and emergency services personnel requiring a secure and effective mobile computing solution.”
The Toughbook A3 is Panasonic’s toughest device yet and it was designed to help mobile workers tackle the toughest tasks in the field. The tablet is water and dust resistant (IP65) and has been drop tested from an increased 1.5 meters.