Panasonic's Toughbook product line has included Ivy Bridge-powered models since April, but now we have a convertible tablet equipped with Intel's latest CPUs.
The product in question is called Toughbook CF-19
and gives prospective buyers the Core i5-3320 processor, with HD 4000 graphics and some low-voltage 4 GB RAM as backup.
Meanwhile, storage is provided by a hard drive of up to 500 GB or an SSD of at most 256 GB.
What's more, the Toughbook boasts a 10.1-inch transflective LCD (1,024 x 768 pixels) and a hinge that rotates, allowing for the switch between slate and notebook form factors.
All these, along with the expected wireless and wired connectivity capabilities, are housed in a case that withstands shocks, drops, water, vibrations and harsh temperatures, to a certain extent.
July is when sales will begin, for the price of €2,950 ($3,709) or higher.