Panasonic Toughbook Introduced to Cambodia

Sun Narin

September 2, 2010

TE AIK HONG CO., LTD launched the newly-imported Panasonic Toughbook “Tough and Robust notebook,” product of Toughbook Asia Group from Japan at NAGA WORLD yesterday.

Seven kinds of notebooks were displayed at the exhibition event to the audience and they [Toughbook product] which are made and designed to use in healthcare, engineering and construction, business, transportation, government, and police and military sector in Cambodia.

William See, the general manager of Toughbook Asia Group, said that all the notebooks are heavyweight-endured and water-resist product.

“Though you drop it on the floor, it does not break and it still works. Though you the water drop on it, it does still work,” he said.

A lot of Panasonic products are used in Cambodia such as fridges, air-conditioners and televisions, and this is the first time that Panasonic Corporation introduce laptops product to Cambodia.

William said that the Toughbook look “Hard and Tough” which can endure with all harsh environment and last long.

The Toughbook can help the company to increase the productivity and efficiency, according to William.

He said that these notebooks are in light weight from 1.3kg to less than 2kg, the battery can last from 6 to 12 hours and in small format which people can easily use.

Toughbook notebooks have been developed for 15 years and now they are become the world’s toughest notebook in the world.

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