We told you about one of Panasonic’s ruggedized Toughpad Windows 8 tablets overnight, but when browsing around the CES showroom floor we got the opportunity to check out a similar version instead, though this time for Android: the Toughpad MA1.

The MA1 runs on Verizon’s LTE network, and features some serious security features to help secure your data. Sadly, this one’s not going to show up in your local Verizon store anytime soon, and will instead be targeted at corporate and government clients. We’re a little jealous, considering just how reliable this guy looks.

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