Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation

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Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation

The most expected tablet is here ! We present you the Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation !

Panasonic has become the world’s first company that will offer to the public a tablet with a 4K, ultra-high-resolution display, but that high quality comes at an ultra-high price, as we expected.

There has been a lot of discussion about how big it should be, because it’s not a mobile or a laptop, it’s tablet. But this is a 20-inch tablet !  Panasonic announced that its massive Toughpad 4K Tablet will be available in the U.S. starting in January.

Let’s see what it’s all about and how does it look !

The Panasonic Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 may not have the catchiest name, but it has a lot to offer . A 20-inch screen  will definitely catch on, especially with the creative and architectural industries plus tech-obsessed early adopters with big pockets and bags.

Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation
Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation

Before you replace your iPad with this 20-inch monster, you should know that the Toughpad 4K is largely being targeted at the enterprise. An architect might use it to review blueprints, while artists could work with a larger digital canvas and retailers could use it as an interactive display.

As well, the screen supports stylus input and can recognize 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, perfect for illustration effects and free hand sketching. It has a serious processor, a next generation Intel Haswell and it also comes with the full edition of Windows 8.1 installed , meaning it’s just as powerfull as a notebook.

Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation
Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation

One of the producer said: “ Imagine being able to watch 4K video footage a full resolution on a tablet with screen real estate to spare! Consider being able to see almost all of your DSLR image area at 100 percent magnification. You can with the Panasonic Toughpad 4K Tablet.”

Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation
Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation

Then there’s the design and attention to detail. Panasonic has gone for a magnesium alloy chassis for its combination of lightness and strenght, and it can survive a 2.5-foot drop. Inside of the processor you will find a 8GB of RAM and 256GB solid state drive. It comes with a case at 47,5×33 cm that might be difficult to whip it out. Is heavier than a 15 inch MacBook Pro, because it has 2,4 kg.

Aware that this is going be slightly less portable than other tablets on the market, the Toughpad also comes with a docking cradle so that it can be propped up and used like a desktop, but when mobility is required, it should manage to perform for two hours before the battery needs recharging.

The Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 will launch in the US in January, priced at $6000.

The oversized gadget is pen-enabled and sports a 3,840-by-2,560 display, or 4K, with a 15:10 aspect ratio and 230 pixels per inch. It weighs just over 5 pounds. There’s also a 1,280-by-720-pixel built-in front camera.

Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation
Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation

The Toughpad 4K runs an Intel Core i5 vPro processor and Nvidia GeForce GT 745M graphics. It includes, headphone and speaker jack, USB 3.0 and SD card slots and a docking connector.

Panasonic first showed off the Toughpad at this year’s CES, but it was just a proof of concept at the time. It made another appearance at the IFA trade show in Berlin, when the company tipped a November international release. Now, it’s arriving stateside.


We hope you liked our article about this amazing tablet, the Panasonic Tablet | Ultra High Expectation !

Kisses Irina


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