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10 Tablets That Turned Heads At Mobile World Congress 2016

From ruggedized slate tablets, to 2-in-1s, to projector tablet hybrids, here are the top 10 tablets that wowed us at Mobile World Congress.

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Toughpad FZ-N1

The Toughpad FZ-N1 contains similar features to the FZ-F1 in all aspects, including storage, battery life, and display, except for one—operating system.

The 4.7-inch tablet runs on the Android Lollipop OS platform, an interesting option for Panasonic as many manufacturers have been split between Windows and Android platforms for their ruggedized products.

This tablet also contains a Qualcomm Snapdragon, as well as the same 2GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage that the Toughpad FZ-F1 features. A broad selection of accessories will also be compatible with the FZ-N1, including a vehicle dock, hand strap, device cradles and multi-battery charter.

The FZ-N1, initially available as a Wi-Fi model in March, will cost $1,499—the voice model of this tablet will also be introduced in the summer.

 
 
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