Panasonic releases Toughpad 4K UT-MA6 tablet

Panasonic releases Toughpad 4K UT-MA6 tablet

The Japanese company Panasonic has released a new giant tough tablet that goes by the name of Toughpad 4K UT-MA6. The device comes with a huge 20-inch sensor display based on IPS Alpha technology and working at 4K resolution (3840 x 2560 pixels, 230 ppi, 3:2 aspect ratio).

The new tablet targets professionals that work with high quality graphics. The device weighs 2.5 kilograms and is 12.5 mm thick; in addition it is shock-resistant being able to survive drops from 75 cm height when working.

The Panasonic Toughpad 4K UT-MA6 is based on an Intel Core i7-3687U Haswell processor at 2.1 GHz (3.3 GHz in Turbo Mode) and comes with an NVIDIA Quadro K1000M video card with 2 GB of VRAM. The device also has 16 GB of RAM, a 256 GB SSD, a USB 3.0 port, HDMI, front 0.9 MP and rear 5 MP cameras, a SD card slot, Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a built-in battery that can power the device for up to 2.5 hours. In addition users can add a dock station that will add three more USB 3.0 ports, an Ethernet port and a HDMI port.

The Toughpad 4K UT-MA6 starts at USD 6999 and runs Windows 8.1.

Source: Panasonic

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