Both models have NFC, GPS and can come with an optional integrated barcode scanner to make doing inventory a lot easier. While neither claims to have Toughbook 20’s 17-hour battery life, they can both last for a dozen hours or so before a user has to swap their batteries with fresh ones. Both devices also come in WiFi-only and LTE-enabled flavors, with the latter available through Verizon’s and AT&T’s networks. Like other Toughbook models, though, the devices are a bit on the expensive side — prices start at $1,499 and go up depending on the add-on features included with the purchase.
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