Is Panasonic’s Toughbook the perfect laptop for the Special Forces operative in your life?

Tough-as-nails construction also makes it a great buy for the clumsy, the butterfingered and even the forgetful

Nothing can be as painful as watching your laptop take a tumble onto the floor.

And you know that’s bound to happen some day. That’s where Panasonic’s new Toughbook comes in - with shock and spill resistance, it’s made for those who lead an active lifestyle (or are plain clumsy).

The Toughbook CF-54 looks like something the US President’s aides carry - you know, with all those pesky nuclear codes inside. But there’s a reason for that. No, it’s not some soft ‘civvie’ laptop dressed up in faux battlegear. Nope, this is the newest in Panasonic’s legendary line of rugged portables. Yup, it’s as tough as it looks.

Meeting US MIL-STD-810G specifications (let’s just say, temperatures, altitudes and other environmental factors no laptop should ever have to see), the CF-54 is rated to survive a drop of 2.5 feet, and comes with a spill-resistant keyboard.

But it’s also not all battle-scarred veteran. Inside is a 5th gen Intel Core i5 processor, with up to 16GB RAM, 11 hours power backup and a hot-swappable battery that lets you never have to break away from DOTA 2. Interested? All this can be yours for 1,39,000.

Just what you need for that extreme gaming sleepover at your mates? We thought so…