Panasonic 4K display resolution Toughpad tablet has a 20″ screen initially debuted at CES in January at IFA in Berlin.The Toughpad 4K UT-MB5’s 15:10 aspect ratio is a little unusual, but the 3840 x 2560 resolution adds up to 9.8 megapixels—more than the 8.3 megapixels offered by 4K displays with more typical 3840×2160 layouts. When you factor in the screen’s dimensions, the pixel density works out to 230 PPI.
Panasonic 4K tablet Specification
- 4K 3840 x 2560 display resolution
- 230 ppi IPS display with 176-degree viewing angles
- supports 10-finger touch
- Bluetooth-enabled optical Anoto Live Pen
- weighs in 2.3kg
- six-hour battery life
- Intel Core i5 1.8Ghz processor with Nvidia GeForce graphics
- run on Windows 8.1
- three USB 3.0 ports
- HDMI out, an SD card slot
There will be two models:
- weigh 2.3kg
- includes 4GB (expandable to 8GB) of RAM
- a 128GB SSD
- 2.7kg Performance model
- 8GB RAM (expandable to 16GB)
- a 256GB SSD
Panasonic is targeting design pros with that latter version, such as those working with 3D modeling tools, while the lower-powered spec would be a better fit for healthcare users, retail or sales professionals.
Microsoft is reporting that the Panasonic Tablet will ship in the US and Europe beginning this Saturday, September 7th, but Panasonic executives at the IFA event are confirming a November timeframe. The Toughpad on stage is being described as a “prototype,” further reinforcing that the slate is not ready to ship.
Panasonic reps quoted pricing for the standard version at €4,508 (about $6,000), with the Performance version MSRP to be announced. The optional pen will retail for €280 (about $370).