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Panasonic announced a new tablet that isn't magic, but it is rugged. The company is adding an enterprise-grade Android-based tablet to its line of Toughbook mobile devices for sale in the fourth quarter of this year.

The tablet, which will run on a yet-to-be-named version of Android, has a bright, daylight-viewable 10.1-inch XGA matte screen that is compatible with an included active stylus, "full-shift" battery life, GPS and 3G/4G options. Geared toward the enterprise, the new Toughbook tablet has been designed with security embedded at the hardware level.

It is the iPad’s world and other tablets are just living in it. That, of course, has not stopped device makers from introducing a slew of new offerings as the role of tablets in the enterprise continues to evolve.  The saving grace of some client hardware vendors trying to keep up with the iPad, or avoid it altogether, may be the emergence of business-class tablets.  In an update to our most recent coverage of tablet offerings, we’ve highlighted seven new tablets, some of which are looking to compete with the iPad through differentiation and some of which are seeking to carve specific niches in particular sectors of the enterprise.

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