Panasonic Toughbook W2 Notebook Review

Posted: Oct 6 2003, 9:46pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:00pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Panasonic Toughbook W2 Notebook Review
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DesignTechnica reviews the Panasonic Toughbook W2 Notebook.
Quote from the review:
"The W2 is one of those rare head turners. No one in the States has probably seen one, and it looks different from everything else on the market. The combo drive loading mechanism is one of a kind, and, provided you don't end up turning the unit off when you're trying to show it off, makes for a nice feature demo in a coffee shop. The anime styling borders on fun and tacky, but that's one of the reasons we liked it. No other laptop out now has that 'fun' feeling that the W2 does. While it may not be "business appropriate", the W2 is an all around great second computer to have if you need the ultimate in portability and performance."
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