Wait ‘til February for the Panasonic Toughpad 4K 20-inch Tablet

Panasonic proudly announced the Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 tablet in 2011, and scheduled its release for January 2014. But the company recently delayed the product’s rollout to mid-February 2014, to the disappointment of those eager to get their hands on the 20-inch gigatablet. There’s nothing anyone can do, though, but to wait a little longer for what will be the world’s first 4K tablet.

Impressive Specs

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If you have big money to spare, the Panasonic Toughpad would be an excellent choice. Get ready to make your friends die with envy because ofthe tablet’s jaw-dropping 3840 x 2560 display. With a 20-inch IPS Alpha LCD screen that features 230 pixels per inch, a 15:10 aspect ratio, and wide viewing angles, you never compromise viewing quality again.

That’s not everything that the Panasonic ToughPad has to offer, though. It’s powered by an Intel Core i5 vPro processor and runs on Windows 8.1 Pro. Additionally, it features the NVIDIA GeForce GT745M GPU, 256 GB SSD, and 8GB of RAM. With specs like these, it’s no surprise if the Panasonic Toughpad is even more powerful than some laptops today.

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The Toughpad also comes with an optional Panasonic Electronic Touch Pen, a device that offers pixel-level precision and distinct pen-and-paper-like feel for freehand sketching. We reckon using this with the a humongous tablet gives its size additional benefits.

Lastly, if you’re a clumsy type, try not to drop this $6000 gadget, though it can survive a 30-inch drop to its back while operating and 12-inch drops to 26 angles when it’s not operating. With a premium magnesium alloy chassis, it’s not called Toughpad for nothing.

Portable or Not?

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Because of its size, tech experts around the globe are wondering if the tablet may still be considered portable. It weighs a whopping 5.27 lbs. and is 0.49 inches thick, making this massive tool difficult to lug around. Moreover, it only has 2 hours battery life, so bringing it away from an area where it can’t be plugged might be a problem.

Despite these drawbacks, if you’re the type who really prefers working with tablets, or if you have a job that would truly be made easier by using the Panasonic Toughpad, then you can consider buying the gadget As we’ve mentioned, it will go on sale mid-February for $6,000 in the U.S., and around £2,700 in the U.K.

Experience a whole new world with the first 4K tablet. We can’t wait to hear what its first users will say about the revolutionary product.

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