Panasonic Announces World’s First 20” 4K Tablet Running Windows 8.1

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Panasonic 4K Toughpad Windows
We have seen OEMs like Lenovo, Asus, Toshiba announcing new Windows 8 devices at IFA. Panasonic, known for their rugged computers is now releasing a 20-inch Windows 8 tablet. What’s so special about it? . It has a display of 3,840 x 2,560 (beyond 4K Ultra HD) screen resolution and also supports stylus/pen as well. Panasonic is targeting photographers, architects, cinematographers and other creative professionals with this device.

Specs:

  • Model: Toughpad UT-MB50
  • Screen: 3,840 x 2,560, 15:10 aspect ratio, 20” diagonal
  • CPU: Intel Core i5 vPro
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 745M
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: 128GB or 156GB SSD
  • Weight: 5.07 lb

The pen that comes with this device is not a regular one,

The pen included with the Panasonic Toughpad 4K utilizes a special technology to achieve pixel-perfect accuracy. This positional precision is complemented by 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity which yields a high-fidelity pen input capability for writing, sketching, and UI input.

via: Windows Blog



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  • reKitab

    It should come with a detachable stand, imho!

    • Yuan Taizong

      Agreed, this thing is huge.

  • José Villaró

    Can it run Crysis?

  • Yuan Taizong

    Such a big device, but the internal storage is dissapointing, thank the Gods we have Dropbox, Microsoft SkyDrive and others to make up for it.

    • Tips_y

      It targets a specific group of practitioners so the software that will get installed will be work-related to that group. But you can probably connect external storage to it. And you’re right, Dropbox or Skydrive should also help.

  • Ocelotty1

    The GT745M can handle Crysis 3 – albeit with excruciatingly low frame rates :)http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GT-745M.90244.0.html

  • Ocelotty1

    156GB – Typo alert

    • Tips_y

      Yes, that should probably read 256GB.

  • Tips_y

    Pretty impressive! But I wonder how much it would cost…