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Tough computer launch

Tough computer launch

TE Aik Hong Ltd has launched a newly imported ‘hard and tough’ notebook computer in Cambodia.

The Panasonic Toughbook, a product launched by Japan’s Toughbook Asia Group, was launched at Phnom Penh’s Naga World.

William See, general manager of Toughbook Asia Group, said all the notebooks were water-resistant and could survive bumps and bangs.

“Though you drop it on the floor, it does not break and will still work. Though you drop water on it, it does still work,” he said.

Seven kinds of notebooks were displayed to the audience at the exhibition event.

The Toughbooks have been made and designed for use in healthcare, construction, engineering, transportation, government, and police and military sectors.

They have been developed over 15 years.

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