Panasonic Reveals 20-Inch Windows 8 Tablet, With 3840 x 2560 Pixel Display

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Panasonic Reveals 20-Inch Windows 8 Tablet, With 3840 x 2560 Pixel Display

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, the CES 2013, Panasonic has revealed the world’s first 20-Inch 4K Windows 8 tablet. The device is still a prototype with 3840 x 2560 pixel display, powered by 1.80 GHz Intel Core i5 Ivy Bride processor, NVIDIA GeForce GPU, 4GB of RAM (expandable upto 16GB), 128GB of SSD, weighs about 5.3 pounds and runs Windows 8 Pro.

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Other features include 802.11n Wifi, microSD and USB support. The only drawback is the battery life which is currently estimated at only 2 hours.

According to Panasonic, this giant Windows 8 slate has been designed for designers and business users. There’s no news yet on the pricing, but we are pretty sure you won’t get it for cheap considering its size and cutting-edge technology.

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