Rugged tablet PAD P1 from AGM officially launching for Europe at IFA 2023


Rugged phones are already a pretty significant portion of the market and they have their own stable customer base. But getting your hands on a rugged tablet from a major brand is still not as common. Luckily for us we are getting a new interesting one from the rugged experts AGM Mobile. Their rugged portfolio is pretty extensive and a new tablet will compliment it just perfectly. And the perfect moment for the european launch of the PAD P1 is of course the IFA 2023 currently happening in Berlin.


AGM are sending the PAD P1 to the market with the pretty encompassing product slogan “All-in-one”. But it is a quite fitting description, because the tablet is combining rugged qualities with very solid specs overall. As a waterproof tablet it has all the certifications, including IP68 and IP69K. With the included protective case on you are even getting the military standard MIL-STD-810H. So the tablet should be able to withstand quite some harsh environments and handling.

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The rest of the specs is not far behind either. For starters there is the big 10.36-inch display with crisp 2K resolution. And the performance won’t be a hindrance with the Helio G99 processor and 8 GB RAM. Storage options are pretty solid with 256GB stock, but you expand it even up to 2TB. Endurance looks promising as well with the 7000 mAh battery capacity. Dual SIM slots will take care of the mobile connectivity and dual box stereo speakers of the audio experience. And of course the PAD P1 is also running the modern Android 13 system.

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That all sounds pretty promising so how about the price for the european market ? It will be available for 299.99 euros, but US customers can already get it for just $199. You can check it out on the official website or directly through the sales channels like Amazon or Ebay. So if you are looking for a rugged tablet device, then surely check this one out.

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