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Monday, 28 May 2007 11:24

Toughbook gets Santa Rosa-fied

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Only two models so far

Panasonic has given a couple of its Toughbooks a Santa Rosa make over. The CF-74 and the CF-52 are the first two Centrino Pro models from Panasonic and they will launch in June and July respectively.

No detailed specifications where given at this time, only that both model will use Low power Core 2 Duo processors, the P965 chipset, Intel 4965AGN pre-N wireless and Turbo Memory.

Panasonic also offers optinonal security features on the CF-52, but doesn't state exactly what these are.

It's great when a company sends out a press release which gives away nothing about their new products but the model names, makes us guessing what they will pull out of the bag in the end.

You can read the full (but detail scarce) press release here (please note that this links to a PDF)
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