Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1 mk2 is powered by Intel Core vPro m5-6Y57 (4MB Cache, 1.1GHz up to 2.8GHz) processor, Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 wi-fi, Bluetooth V4.1 Class 1, 8MP camera and windows 10 professional operating system. It weighs 540 grams and is mere 18mm in thickness. It comes with optional hot swappable batteries, configurable ports with extreme flexibility and integrated business expansion module. Intel m5-6Y57 review at cpureview.net.
Those specs are for the expensive version and it will cost 1760 euro. There is a cheap model as well that will have Intel Atom x5-Z8550 (2MB cache, 1.44GHz up to 2.40GHz) processor but it will still run windows 10 professional operating system, dual band Intel WLAN technology and Bluetooth. It will retail for € 1067 + VAT for the basic configuration.
As said in the heading, the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1 mk2 comes with Intel RealSense technology packing conventional , an infrared and infrared laser projector. Together, these three lenses allow the device to detect the depth through the infrared light reflected by objects. If you are looking for something bigger, then going with Panasonic ToughPad FZ-Q1 makes more sense since FZ-Q1 packs 12 inch display compared to 7 inch of the one mentioned here.
A technology that according to Panasonic could have important applications in the retail world; for example, during a sale, mapping, design and simulation applications may show clients what would be the appearance of certain objects when placed in their home. The logistics sector, the camera may be used for immediate measurement of packages to be shipped, or to estimate the space and the capacity of a warehouse.