Japanese electronics giant Panasonic mightn't be known as a PC company, but the company has spent the past 15 years developing some of the world’s most ruggedised laptop computers for businesses and military organisations around the world. Panasonic gave PC & Tech Authority an inside tour of the Kobe manufacturing plant where Panasonic makes its range of Toughbook laptops.
 

Japanese electronics giant Panasonic mightn't be known as a PC company, but the company has spent the past 15 years developing some of the world’s most ruggedised laptop computers for businesses and military organisations around the world. Panasonic gave PC & Tech Authority an inside tour of the Kobe manufacturing plant where Panasonic makes its range of Toughbook laptops.

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Robotic assembly: Inside a laptop factory in Kobe Japan

From anechoic chambers to spray baths and robotic motherboard assembly lines. See inside a Panasonic factory where they build and test ToughBook laptops. [Words and pictures: Nick Broughall]

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