Panasonic Likes To Spill Water On Their Notebooks - See The Videos

Posted: Apr 26 2006, 1:13pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:31pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

Panasonic Likes to Spill Water on Their Notebooks - See the Videos
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Famous Gadget Grrl just filed a video report with us from the CTIA show earlier this month. The main portion of her report shows a Panasonic representative spill a water bottle over a Panasonic Toughbook. Watch her video report to see for yourself just how tough a Toughbook really is.

Coincidently Panasonic announced yesterday several new Let's Note notebooks in Japan and guess what they spilled water on them as well - A full glass actually. AkihabaraNews was at the press-event and published this video report showing this unbelievable demonstration. The new Panasonic Let's Note notebooks are the CF-Y5, CF-W5, CF-T5 and CF-R5. More details in this Panasonic press-release (Japanese).

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