Gjendje perfekte...Pres Blers Serios.... . Performance
The Toughbook 30's 1.6-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo L7500 processor and 2GB of DDR2 RAM provide adequate horsepower for running office applications, but don't expect to be bowled over by blazing speed with this configuration. While our review unit came loaded with Windows XP Professional, the Toughbook 30 is available with Windows Vista Business as well as an XP downgrade CD. A score of 3,284 on our PCMark05 test, which measures application performance while running Windows XP, is more than 400 points below average for a mainstream notebook.
On the plus side, the Toughbook 30 needed only 32 seconds to boot into Windows XP. It also managed multitasking well; the system needed 6 minutes and 1 second to convert nearly 2 hours of music to the AAC format using the iTunes encoding function. While running a Windows Defender full scan in the background (a known CPU hog), the same test took only 55 seconds longer to complete.
You won't get much 3D muscle from the integrated GMA X3100 graphics solution; the Toughbook 30's 3DMark03 (which tests DirectX 9 performance) and 3DMark06 (which tests DirectX 9 3D graphics, CPU, and 3D features) scores of 1436 and 467, respectively, are far below the average for this class of notebook. Its F.E.A.R. score of 4 frames per second while running at the maximum resolution of 1024 x 768 confirms that this system is not meant for 3D gaming. The 80GB hard drive, which spins at 5,400 rpm, delivered a slightly slow speed of 14.7 MBps on our LAPTOP Transfer Test (copying a 4.97GB folder of mixed media). Battery Life and Wireless Performance
The Toughbook 30 lasted an impressive 6 hours and 51 minutes on our Laptop Battery Test (continuous Web surfing over Wi-Fi). That's nearly twice as long as the average time for a mainstream notebook. The Intel WiFi Link 4965AG module turned in throughput scores of 20.7 Mbps (15 feet from our access point) and 18.1 Mbps (50 feet)--not bad for an 802.11a/b/g radio. Our notebook came with built-in EV-DO Rev. A through Sprint ($59.99/month), and HSDPA broadband is also available through Alltel, AT&T, and Verizon Wireless. Additionally, the Toughbook 30 can be outfitted with Qualcomm's Gobi embedded mobile broadband, as well as a GPS receiver.
Panasonic provides a strong three-year limited warranty, including parts and labor, and 24/7 toll-free tech support. Verdict
For most users, it's hard to justify spending upwards of $4,000 on a laptop with a low-r
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