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Panasonic Toughbook H1 now certified for use on Verizon Wireless

Written by IT News on 12:44 AM

Panasonic, one of the world's largest suppliers of consumer electronics, but also a strong presence in the market for portable computer systems, announced today that its H1 Gobi-enabled Toughbook Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA) is certified for use on Verizon LAN. This adds an important value for the end user, who will be able to use all the features that are enabled to take without worrying about what access they have at their disposal.

"Today more health mobile than ever, and there is a strong need for reliable and secure wireless connectivity," says Vicky Obenshain, director, wireless strategy, Panasonic Computer Solutions Company. "Our Gobi certification from Verizon Wireless Network is a step in ensuring to our customers' needs are met and that we meet the new trend of more integrated wireless broadband to all sectors - particularly in the health care market.

At the end of last year, Panasonic introduced a new computer which was an impressive range of business Toughbook rugged laptops to connect. With a 10.4-double-touch LCD and a combination of Intel processor Z540 inch with 1 GB of DDR2 memory and 80 GB shock-mounted drive, was the new computer system designed for the medical sector, which is marketed as a Mobile Clinical Assistant. It now appears that users of the new Toughbook H1 will benefit from the impressive network coverage offered by Verizon Wireless.

"Health professionals need a reliable wireless network to critical patient data while working remotely open," says John Maschenic, Associate Director for care for Verizon Wireless. "Healthcare providers are Toughbook H1, the largest in the country, a fast data network, today announced a new standard for efficient, while giving them access to information needed to deliver excellent patient care.

Available worldwide, will Toughbook H1 with an expected price tag of $ 2999 U.S., supported by a limited warranty 3 years, according to Panasonic.

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