Today, Panasonic announced upgrades to its Toughbook 19 line of rugged notebooks that gives it some of the robust functionality that was previously only available in the Toughbook 30 series. Like the Toughbook 30 line, The 5.1-pound Toughbook 19F convertible tablet now features a 1.0-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor (previously, it was only available in a single core configuration), and can be outfitted with up to a chunky 4GB of RAM. It also offers a 2-megapixel webcam with a 5 foot LED flash, and all of the amenities that you’d expect from the Toughbook brand: an 80GB shocked-mounted hard drive, optional mobile broadband, 802.11a/g Wi-Fi, optional GPS, TPM, CompuTrace, an anti-glare, sunlight readable 10.4-inch touchscreen display, and a rugged magnesium alloy case designed to withstand 3-foot drops, dust, moisture, rain, vibration, and extreme temperatures. The Toughbook 19F is available now for $3,199. The Toughbook 19F with integrated camera will be available in May for $3,699.