Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1
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Panasonic
Toughpad FZ-G1
10.1-in Windows®
Fully-rugged

Starting at
$ 2,495.00

The 4th version of Panasonic's FZ-G1 Toughpad is now shipping.  The Toughpad FZ-G1 continues to lead the way as the best fully-rugged Windows tablet on the market.  The Toughpad G1 is the perfect fit for customers in need of a pure tablet that can perform in almost any environment.  With inherently less real-estate to work with, the G1 is a bit limited in the number of integrated options and ports available together.  However, for a good number of users, the benefits of a super light-weight and thin solution outweigh those potential limitations.  The Toughpad G1 is the logical alternative to the H2 and continues to enhance its reputation with it's 4th installment.

 

Toughpad FZ-G1 Highlights

  • Fully-rugged 10.1" Windows tablet (MIL-STD-810G, IP65)

  • 2.4GHz Intel® CoreTM i5-6300U vProTM Processor

  • Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

  • Daylight-readable (800 nit) 10-point Multi Touch + Digitizer

  • Optional 4G LTE multi carrier mobile broadband with satellite GPS

  • 256 GB SSD with 8GB RAM Standard

  • Standard 720p webcam with mic and 8MP rear camera with autofocus

  • Choice of barcode, GPS, Serial, Ethernet, MicroSD or 2nd USB 2.0

POTENTIAL LEAD-TIME: 30-60 days or longer.
Please call to discuss what units and options might be in stock or can ship quickly.

BASE UNIT INCLUDES

Win10 Pro, vPro, Intel Core i5-6300U 2.40GHz, 10.1" WUXGA 10-pt Gloved Multi Touch+Digitizer, 256GB SSD, 8GB, Intel WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, TPM, Bluetooth, Dual Pass (Ch1:WWAN/Ch2:GPS), Webcam, 8MP Cam, Toughbook Preferred


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Overview

The Toughpad G1 is exactly what everyone was waiting for from Panasonic. A top-to-bottom, fully-rugged Windows-based tablet with a nice bright 800 nit display and a decent number of optional features given the inherent reduced real estate on a tablet. The FZ-G1 simply does not disappoint. Tablets are taking over the world and and the Toughpad G1 is on the cutting edge in terms of durability and performance. There are quite a few mutually exclusive integrated options, so call us today to discuss the configuration that will fit your needs.


Product Highlights
  • MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certified
  • Windows 10 Pro (Windows 7 Pro downgrade option)
  • Intel® Core™ i5-4310U vPro™ Processor
  • 128GB and 256GB solid state drives (SSD) with heaters4
  • 8GB RAM
  • 10.1" WUXGA 1920 x 1200 with LED backlighting
  • 10-point capacitive multi touch + digitizer (800 nit)
  • 720p webcam with mic
  • 3MP rear camera with auto focus and LED light
  • Docking connector, HDMI, USB 3.0
  • Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6235 Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Bluetooth® v4.0 (Class 1) + EDR

Integrated Options
  • 4G LTE multi carrier mobile broadband with satellite GPS
  • 1D/2D barcode reader (EA11 or EA21)*
  • GPS (SiRFstarIII™)*
  • Serial Dongle*
  • Ethernet*
  • MicroSD*
  • 2nd USB 2.0 port*
  • SmartCard or magstripe reader
  • Long life battery

    *These six options are mutually exclusive and potentially reside in the same physical slot.


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  • Hello, we have a ToughPad FZ-G1 (model FZ-G1AAHAXLM) that lacks an Ethernet port. We were wondering if its possible to buy this module and add it in to the slot on the top of the unit?

    Adding an Ethernet port to an existing Toughpad G1 typically requires sending the unit it to Panasonic for those retrofit services.  It is potentially possible to purchase various parts and components for units at (913) 685-8855.  They will ask for a model and serial number.

  • Hello, For the FZ-G1, can you please explain the following option: FZ-G1 Integrated 4G LTE (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint): $180.00 - 4G LTE multi carrier mobile broadband WITH satellite GPS The 4G LTE option shows "WITH satellite GPS". So if the FZ-G1 is ordered with the 4G LTE option, does this mean the "$375.00 (FZ-WGPG121R) - Dedicated GPS" option would not be needed to have GPS capability. Can you explain the GPS function and capabilities for both options mentioned and how they may differ. Regards, Dale Beaman

    This is a very good question.  Here is the quick answer and then below is Panasonic's official response...

    You are correct.  You would NOT need the dedicated GPS if you would prefer the leverage the GPS option on the 4G LTE modem.  It is a true satelitte receiver.  The big difference is if you want or intend to mount a device in a vehicle and pass through a GPS signal to an external antenna.  Traditionally this is only able to be done with a dedicated GPS module (although that is slowly changing...which it has in the new CF-33).

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    Regarding GPS Alternatives in Panasonic Mobile Computers To Our Valued Customers,

    Panasonic offers a variety of solutions for our customers to collect and use Global Positioning System (GPS/GNSS) data in their Toughbook and Toughpad mobile computers. These integrated options are built into our devices and can be used for location based services, navigation, or asset identification. Panasonic provides the following information to help customers choose and purchase mobile computers with GPS* capabilities:

    Satellite based dedicated GPS (Ublox module) WAAS Correction (for higher location reliability) 26 sec. time to initial fix No radio required (good for Federal customers who cannot have built-in radios) Supports pass though of antenna signal to external (roof mount) antennas Accuracy- roughly 15 ft. Costs around $350 Models supported- Toughbook 31, 19, 53, H2, Toughpad M1, G1, B1 Listed as GPS integrated option on spec and price sheets

    Satellite based LTE GPS (Qualcomm chipset) Built into current Gobi and Multi-carrier LTE chipsets 32 sec. time to initial fix Doesn’t require radio to be provisioned (Flexibility for enabling mobile broadband later) Accuracy- roughly 15 ft. Costs around $270 Models supported- Toughbook 31, 19, 53, C2, H2, Toughpad M1, G1, B1, B2 Listed as 4G LTE or Gobi 3G integrated option on spec and price sheets

    The primary difference in the two alternatives for most users is the ability to use an external antenna with dedicated GPS and the improved location reliability provided by WAAS support. Of course, the presence of a 4G LTE radio is a significant consideration also. If you have further questions on this, please refer them to your local Panasonic Technical Field Manager.

    Thank you. Panasonic Systems Communication Company North America December, 2014 *Assisted GPS (A-GPS) is not currently supported but merely refers to using a network to speed up first time to fix and should not be confused with cell tower triangulation