Panasonic presents world’s first tablet with 4K resolution, known as Ultra HD. While every TV manufacturing company is busy in displaying and showing off world with 4K resolution flat screens in outrageous sizes with price tags in the tens of thousands, Panasonic just did the same in only 20 inch tablet. These 20 inches “Panasonic Tablet” is indefinably awesome piece of micro technology.
Yes! You guys read it correct; it’s the tablet that allows you the freedom of viewing Ultra HD on the go. The features of Panasonic Tablet includes Windows 8 Pro and has a 1.8GHz Intel Core i5 processor, NVIDIA GeForce Graphics, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of SSD, a USB 2.0 port and a microSD card slot. It also supports a special stylus for precision doodling and the battery timing of tablet is only two hours.
Panasonic announces that its 20-inch 4K tablet is designed for architectural professional, video editors and any professional who might utilize the extra pixels to maximum capability. Stunning is the only word which can describe 0.4-inch thick tablet’s 3,840-by-2,560 resolution IPSa display.
The 5.3-pound tablet’s screen has a sharp 230 pixel-per-inch density and makes staring at detailed blueprints exciting. Color reproduction looked accurate and its 10-point multi-touch tracking didn’t show any signs of latency. Panasonic has not yet announced any pricing details or any release date for 20 inch Tablet, but you need to have pocket full of money if you are considering it.