Panasonic's all new Toughpad FZ-A2 brings the power and convenience of Android to a highly functional and fully-rugged 10.1" tablet. Running Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow), the Toughpad A2 is MIL-STD-810G and IP65 rated with an Intel® Atom x5-Z8550 Processor. With a 32GB flash drive, 4GB RAM and weighing less than (2) pounds, the FZ-A2 offers optional integrated 4G LTE, GPS, antenna pass-through, 2D barcode scanner and smartcard reader to help dial out your perfect solution. As more users adopt Android-based solutions, the Toughpad FZ-A2 is well positioned to lead the industry in combining durability and performance in a classic Panasonic mobile professional solution.
Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow), Intel® Atom x5-Z8550 Processor
4GB SDRAM, 32GB eMMC, optional microSDHC card
800 nit, 10.1" WUXGA 1920x1200 LED backlighting
10-point multi touch (w/ water sensing mode). Supports gloved touch.
2MP front camera, 8MP rear camera
Optional integrated 4G LTE mobile broadband with satellite GPS
- 10.71" (L) x 7.72" (W) x 0.65" (H), 1.94 lbs
POTENTIAL LEAD-TIME: 30-60 days or longer.
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What is included with a base unit?
- Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow), Panasonic Utilities (including Dashboard)
- Intel® AtomTM x5-Z8550 Processor (1.44 GHz up to 2.4 GHz)
- 4GB SDRAM, 32GB eMMC, MicroSDHC slot
- 800 nit 10.1" WUXGA 1920x1200 10-finger multi touch daylight-readable screen
- Integrated dual microphone and monaural speaker
- 2MP front camera, 8MP rear camera with auto focus and LED light
- USB 3.0 and stand-alone USB 3.1 Type-C
- Standard full size HDMI output
- Intel® Dual Band Wireless AC8260 Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth® v4.2 (Class 1) + EDR
- AC Power Adapter and primary battery
- 3-Year Standard Toughbook Preferred Warranty
- EVERYTHING ELSE IS OPTIONAL AND AN UPGRADE
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What type of plug into the unit for power? e.g. barrel? mini-usb?
The Toughpad A2 will use Panasonic's normal AC Power Adapter (60W) to charge. It is NOT a mini-USB.
Is the GPS standard? What is the GPS chip? Any statistics on its accuracy?
GPS is standard in one form or the other. On the spec sheet it will say "4G LTE mobile broadband with satellite GPS or Wi-Fi with stand-alone GPS available in all configurations." There is a difference between the two and it is as follows:
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.
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.
What are all of the differences between the Lite, Prime, Touchscreen and Performance models?
1. The "Lite" unit is going to offer the most basic configuration and will have some limitations on what options can be added. It will have a 500GB(5400rpm) hard drive, a light-weight battery and NO backlit keyboard. You CANNOT add a serial port, webcam, fingerprint or dual-pass to a Lite unit.
2. The "Prime" unit is going to offer the full menu of options and also adds a 500GB(7200rpm) hard drive, a long-life battery and a backlit keyboard. The Prime unit, like the Lite, will have a standard 1366 x 768 resolution.
3. The "Touchscreen" unit has everything a Prime unit has, but with a 1000-NIT sunlight viewable display and a 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution.
4. The "Performance" version has everything the Touchscreen unit has, except you substitute the touchscreen and 1000-NIT display for an AMD FirePro graphics card with dedicated video RAM. Unfortunately, you cannot have BOTH dedicated video RAM AND a bright outdoor viewable display. You have to make a fundamental choice between the two when deciding between a Touchscreen and Performance version.