Giant 4K-tablet Panasonic on Windows 8.1 will be released in November

Sep

5

2013

Panasonic 4K Toughpad UT-MB5

Tablet Panasonic Toughpad 4K, first debuted at CES in January of this year, the event was graced by the IFA, which these days takes place in Berlin . Finally, Panasonic has shed light on the availability of the tablet.

Speaking at a press conference on the 4K Toughpad, general manager of Panasonic Jane Kampfer assembled audience showed a giant tablet in the glass fiber body with IPS-display ultra high-definition (3840 x 2560 pixels at 230 ppi). Visibility 20-inch screen is 176 degrees.

Panasonic 4K Toughpad UT-MB5 supports 10 simultaneous touches, works with Bluetooth-compatible stylus Anoto Live Pen, has a battery for six hours of battery life and function of ignoring his hand. Although Toughpad is designed for artists and architects, it can be used for viewing movies in 4K, writes the resource Engadget. In the latter case, the tablet becomes expensive.

In the sale will go in two versions: Standard (2,3 kg) with 4 GB of RAM (expandable to 8 GB) and SSD-drive to 128 GB, and Performance (2,7 kg) with 8 GB of RAM (up to 16GB) and a solid-state drive capacity of 256 GB. If the latest version is aimed at the professional user who works with 3D-modeling, the first suit as an ordinary home and business user.

Panasonic set to release a workstation in the tablet form factor. This is evidenced by Intel Core i5 processors and the operating system Windows 8.1. Other specifications include: connectors USB 3.0, HDMI-output, a slot for SD-cards, and optional mounting stand for desktop use tablet.

4K Toughpad UT-MB5 is also highly durable. The tablet can withstand a fall from a height of 76 cm According to Panasonic, Standard Edition will start shipping next month, the supply of Performance are expected in early 2014. Information about prices yet.

At the same time, the official website of Windows stated that the world’s first 4K-tablet Panasonic appear in Europe, Japan, the United States and Canada, September 7, 2013.

At the IFA 2013 the South Korean Samsung showed a 10.1-inch tablet with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels .
Back Panasonic has introduced a 65-inch Ultra HD with support for HDMI 2.0
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