Panasonic has announced an Android-powered tablet and one running on Windows 8 during CES 2013.
The Windows 8 Pro version is named the 10.1-inch Toughpad FZ-G1. Weighing 1.1kg, the device sports two-way touch input with a capacitive 10 finger touchscreen and digitiser pen.
As well as strengthened glass, the full HD Windows 8 tablet houses IPSα Panel technology, extra wide viewing angles, a high contrast ratio and 800cd/m2 high brightness with an anti-reflection layer.
Other features consist of a front-facing web camera and a rear camera, as well as customisable application keys, flexible configuration ports and an optional dual external antenna connector. It's powered by an Intel Core i5-3437U vProTM 3MB cache clocking in at 1.9GHz (up to 2.9GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology) and 4 GB of RAM. Also included is a 128 GB SSD, which can be expanded to 256 GB.
The 7-inch Android tablet, meanwhile, is dubbed the JT-B1. Powered by a Ti OMAP 4460 1.5GHz dual core ARM processor, it houses Bluetooth, 3G, wireless LAD and near field communications support, joined by 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB Flash storage.
Weighing 544g and delivering four finger touch, a high visibility and low reflection display sports an an ambient light sensor. The tablet will also launch with a front-facing 1.3-megapixel web camera and a 13-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and LED light.
The Toughpad FZ-G1 will be available in March for $2,899, while the 7-inch Toughpad TJ-B1 will launch during February for $1,199.