Panasonic’s Toughbook Survives Tiger Attack

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June 25, 2009 – Perfect for updating your Facebook profile during a bomb raid or if you really need to Google information about African elephants after one has stepped on your laptop, the Panasonic CF-30 “Toughbook” isn’t just a clever title, but an almost indestructible laptop.

Forbes decided to conduct their own tests to really see how the Panasonic Toughbook measured up, and the results are amazing.

The Toughbook survived:

  • Being fed to a white bengal tiger (to his credit the tiger did manage to get 5 keys off, but the notebook still booted up)
  • Having Doritos smashed into its screen
  • Getting soaked with Diet Coke
  • Getting stepped on by an elephant
  • And even being shot with a .22 caliber bullet

SFGate’s blog about the incredible Toughbook includes a pretty great video that puts the notebook through even more unimaginable laptop horrors. What will happen when they try to blow up with Toughbook with dynamite? Only one way to find out.

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