Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1
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AAA+ Panasonic laptops are just very reliable.
11 February 2013
Summary: Very nice laptop. This is the laptop to have. Is very light, spill resistant, drop resistant and long life duration which is of 10 hours!! Recommended laptop. This is what you need to work outside your house. If you want a gaming computer, have a rig in your house(that`s what I`ve got). I sell computers and have had them all brands and ranges. I even got GETAC`s and prefer Panasonic for their amazing service and support.
Summary: I researched a lot before buying this very expensive equipment. This review over here says: %u201C...Display screen viewable even in bright sunlight...%u201D and %u201C...more suited to business (and business in the field...)...%u201D which led me to but this. For my utter astonishment I found it impossible to view anything in the bright sunlight (I am not talking about direct sunlight). Even out door, on a gloomy day I found it difficult to view clearly.
Pros: light weight. Hot swepable (twin) batteries. convert into tablet.
Cons: Poor LCD screen (out dated style) Not vieable under bright sunlight. Too expensive. Outdated Conectivity
Excerpt: En mi opinión la gama Toughbook, de Panasonic, está compuesta por equipos con una orientación claramente profesional. Se caracterizan por diseños pensados para resistir un uso intensivo en condiciones poco favorables. El ordenador portátil “Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1” es, probablemente, el menos “resistente” de todos, pero, aún y así, aguanta incluso hasta salpicaduras.