The Panasonic Toughbook 40, staying true to its branding, has improved replaceability as it comes with 8 removable parts.

Like its siblings, the Panasonic Toughbook 40 has a durable and military-grade design, so it can withstand being dropped or even getting caught in the rain.


But what makes the newer model more interesting is its modularity. It has 8 parts that are easily swappable if they need repairs or upgrades. That includes the battery, storage, RAM, and even the keyboard.

Add to that the four expandable areas, which you can use to add an optional fingerprint and barcode sensors, optical drive, and extra ports, storage, and batteries.


These expansion areas can be easily used with either a screwdriver or a slide lever.

The new Toughbook 40 weighs 3.3kg. It iseavier than most standard laptops but is actually 0.5kg lighter than its predecessor. Oh, and it comes with a handle so you can easily carry it around.


It also has an FHD+ touchscreen with a whopping 1,200-nits of peak brightness for outdoor use. Panasonic also claims that the battery can last for up to 18 hours.

Panasonic also improved the resistive touchpad, which is 60% larger. It can also be used even if you’re wearing gloves or if your fingers are wet.

You can get the laptop with up to an Intel Core i7-1185G7 CPU, Intel Iris Xe integrated graphics, 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and 2TB of storage. Webcam is also present and buyers have a choice to get it with 4G or 5G connectivity.

This MIL-STD-810H and MIL-STD-461H military-grade laptop, which also has IP66 water and dust rating, has a starting price of USD4,899 (around Php256,100).

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