Panasonic updates Toughpad 4K tablet computer

Panasonic updates Toughpad 4K tablet computer

The Japanese company Panasonic has presented a new version of its Toughpad 4K tablet computer. The device is designed for use by architects, doctors, video editors, photographers and engineers and comes with a hefty price – USD 2999 – which even then is two times lower when compared to its predecessor.

The price pays off, though – the name of the device says a lot about it and you can easily see that the tablet sports a 4K display at 3840 x 2560 pixels (230 ppi). All these dots are spread across a 20-inch IPS Alpha display that is capable of recognizing 10 simultaneous touches. The major upgrade to the Toughpad 4K is that this time the tablet comes with a powerful Intel Core i5 vPro processor that can cut through software with ease. The device also has NVIDIA graphics, 16 GB of RAM, USB 3.0 ports, a HDMI 2.0 interface, a mini-DisplayPort, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and an Ethernet jack. Finally you get Windows 8.1 with it.

The new Panasonic Toughpad 4K will be on the market in July of this year.

Source: Panasonic

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