The Panasonic Toughbook CF-28 InformationUpdated from the older one What’s in this post What’s in the box What model you have Covers Trackpad The M(ultimedia) P(ocket) What to do with it What’s in the boxIn the box or anything like hands or lap etc etc is the CF-28. The AC adapter is 16 volt and looks like this View attachment 174874 A IBM thinkpad adapter will work but will have to unsolder and solder the correct head and then solder everything back and hope it works What model do you haveThe CF-28 is 3 MKs (marks). The MK1 600 MHz is the CF-28M. The MK2 800 MHz is the CF-28P. The MK3 1000MHz/ 1 GHz is CF-28S. The ram is capped out at 768MB for the CF-28P and CF-28S the ram for 600MHz is for 512MB(?). They are SD-Ram and 600s are very picky with some showing half so be mindful of what you buy CoversAlmost all Toughbooks have port covers. The CF-28 has them on the fallowing: PCMCIA, 16v in, USB, PS2 Keyboard and mouse, Audio (headphones and microphones), VGA, Printer port, Serial, and the MP. The USB to Serial is under a larger panel but both have there own covers. Trackpad/KeyboardsThe trackpad is a presser-sensitive so it can be used with gloves and it’s not great. What I recommend is to use a external mouse but the now uncommon PS/2 port won’t have brand new mouses so if you have a flash drive in the USB port then buy a PS/2 to USB adapter. The keyboard is either a white keycapped and a backlit rubbery chiclet style. However MK1 owners the rubber keyboard isn’t going to work at all because this doesn’t have the correct ribbon cable. Unless you don’t want it to be backlit then you could. What to do with itI have a CF-28S and I use it for radio stuff. I bought it at a police auction. Still had OG drivers and all. Drivers can be found online and on disc from eBay listings.