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Panasonic Toughbook 19 / 30 certified for AT&T 3G usage

Darren Murph
10.11.07
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For those AT&T customers who felt slighted when Panasonic and Verizon went and signed a pact without you, it's time to let go of all that pent up disdain. Now, Panny and AT&T have "announced the certification and availability of two rugged computers, the Toughbook 30 and the Toughbook 19, on the UMTS / HSDPA-based 3G AT&T BroadbandConnect data network." Additionally, both firms have renewed a "co-marketing commitment" to push the products to "a variety of commercial and government" segments. Reportedly, the Novatel Wireless Expedite EU860 will be the integrated module handling the WWAN responsibilities, and both of the AT&T-ready machines are said to be available right now starting at $3,899 (Toughbook 30) and $3,799 (Toughbook 19).

[Via LaptopLogic, thanks Sourabh]

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