High-resolution, outdoor-visible screen.
Good display resolution.
Good processing speed.
Bulky and heavy.
Moderate battery life.
Noisy when fan kicks in.
Less battery support.
Low configuration cameras.
By itreviews.com on October 20, 2013
The rugged Panasonic ToughPad FZ-G1 is tough enough to survive the worst, but runs with the best tablet PCs on the...80
By PCMag on October 18, 2013
The Panasonic ToughPad FZ-G1 rugged Windows tablet is tough enough to survive the worst, but runs with the best tablet PCs on the market.90
By LaptopMag on August 06, 2013
The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 combines portability, durability and solid performance in a Windows 8 tablet tailor-made for field...80
By PCAdvisor on August 02, 2013
The ToughPad FZ-G1 lives up to its name and is well suited to outdoor use. You are paying quite a premium for that rugged design, but it’ll earn its keep on building sites and other environments that would be too harsh for a conventional laptop or tablet.80
By PC Advisor on August 01, 2013
Panasonic made headlines recently when it showed off a prototype 20-inch tablet with ultra-high-def 4k resolution. The ToughPad FZ-G1 is a bit more down to earth, but will probably be of more practical use for its target audience – people who work...80
By V3.co.uk on July 09, 2013
The Toughpad lives up to its claim of offering business users a close to unbreakable Windows 8 tablet, which, thanks to the inclusion of Becrypt software, is also as secure as it can be. However costing a hefty £2,000 and featuring average battery...60
By TrustedReviews on June 05, 2013
The performance is solid, it lives up to its reputation of being tough and rugged, but the price will put it out of the reach of smaller business and individuals. On the other hand, if you need a tablet that you can be sure won't let you down in tough workplaces, then it’s hard to fault the FZ-G1.70
By PC Pro on May 20, 2013
The price is high, but the rugged build and thoughtful design make this the ultimate tough...83
By ExpertReviews on May 06, 2013
However, although it very much earns five stars for design and technical merit, its range of features isn't going to be required by every small business. If you require its rugged durability and customisable port, then it's head and shoulders above every other tablet on the market. It's also a fair bit more expensive than other tablets and hybrid laptops...100
By ZDNet on May 03, 2013
The biggest drawback, however, is the price. At £1,500 (ex. VAT) for the entry-level configuration reviewed here, this is one expensive tablet. If you're likely to want any of the options and accessories, be prepared for further 'sticker shock'.70