Full-power Core i5 processor; rugged chassis with tough hinge; multitouch hybrid screen; exceptionally light; two battery bays; SDXC slot.
Lightest convertible tablet yet, Very durable design, Fast performance, Twin battery bays, Multitouch display with smooth pen input, Ergonomic hand strap
They call them tough for a reason thanks to its durability; lightweight and hot swappable battery are great.
Screen looks a bit washed out, Relatively small keys and touchpad.
A very expensive system.
By TechRadar on August 24, 2011
The Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 (Â£1959) has been lauded as the Toughbook Tablet, but really it's an underpowered Toughbook with some dubious touchscreen technology that only niche business users will benefit from. The form of the CF-C1 is a...60
By Good Gear Guide on April 19, 2011
The Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 isn't a typical tablet-convertible PC: it's for business users and field workers who want something easy to hold and capable of withstanding drops, knocks and spills....75
By CNET Australia on April 04, 2011
If your work environment would kill a regular tablet, Panasonic's CF-C1 could be just the ticket, and a surprisingly light ticket at that. It will, however, leave your wallet feeling similarly light....79
By IT Reviews on March 30, 2011
It's very pricey, but the Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 is the ideal mobile PC companion for those who need its specialised features - balancing ruggedness with lightness and offering the advantages of both notebooks and tablet PCs with near-continuous...-
By PC Authority on February 11, 2011
With ultraportable weight, plenty of power and some splendid on-the-road features, the Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 is worth the high price. Read our review....67
By ZDNet UK on January 17, 2011
Panasonic's rugged, touchscreen-equipped Toughbook CF-C1 is a specialist (and pricey) convertible Tablet PC. However, it lacks both an optical drive and a webcam, and it'll take a while to get used to the keyboard's small space bar. Dual...79
By IT PRO on December 07, 2010
The ToughBook CF-C1 is very much a nice product. If you want a touchscreen computer but don't need to run Windows applications, an iPad would be a better choice. If you want a rugged computer but don't need a touchscreen, one of Panasonic's...67
By CNET Asia on November 23, 2010
This rugged convertible tablet is not only lightweight with innovative features, it sports a full-powered Core i5 processor as well....75
By LaptopMag on August 19, 2010
The lightest convertible tablet delivers durability, speed, and a display that supports pen and touch...80
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
This is a rugged, durable tablet PC that’s unfortunately too expensive for most...75