Varlink adds Panasonic rugged and EPoS hardware to product portfolio

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Varlink, the specialist York based distributor, has added the iconic Panasonic Toughbook, Toughpad and EPoS range of products to its hardware portfolio. UK IT resellers, system integrators and solution providers can now access Panasonic's range of rugged and durable computers with Varlink's next-day delivery service.

Varlink comments that since its launch in 1996 the Panasonic Toughbook has defined the ruggedised PC and tablet market, redefining the possibilities of access to data and applications in the most challenging of environments. Toughbook and Toughpad customers work in some of the world's harshest conditions, and therefore need mobile computers that can operate effectively in challenging environments.

Varlink CEO, Mike Pullon said: "We are delighted to be able to add Panasonic, a world-leading manufacturer, to our portfolio of rugged computing and EPoS vendors. Panasonic's Toughbook and Toughpad are amongst the most durable and reliable computers on the market and their range of EPoS terminals broadens our resellers' choice to offer to their customers. Our customers can rely on Varlink's expertise and assistance to select the right Panasonic product for their solution."

Designed to operate in both extremely low and high temperatures, the fully rugged Toughbook and Toughpad ranges are dust, water, vibration and drop proof from a height of up to 1.8m. They are available in a variety of form factors including Laptops, Notebooks and Tablets ensuring Field Workers are equipped with a fit for purpose device to meet the everyday challenges of their roles.

Oliver Ledgard, Panasonic Channel Manager for UK & Ireland, commented: "Panasonic Toughbook are extremely excited to be working alongside Varlink. We hope that this relationship will mean we can offer a more diverse mobility solution to UK resellers and solution providers, giving them peace of mind that their Toughbook or Toughpad devices will be fully compatible with their end users' requirements."

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