Over at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Panasonic took to the stage and showed of its latest product which we can say is pretty massive. The company unveiled their 20 inch tablet which runs on Windows 8. If the huge size doesn’t impress you at all then maybe the 4K resolution of the screen will. That’s four times the resolution of the current full HD standard.
Panasonic 20 Inch Tablet Specifications
- OS: Windows 8
- Display: 20-inch IPS Alpha LCD 3840 x 2560 pixels, 230 ppi
- Processor: Intel Core i5 1.80 GHz
- RAM: 4 GB upgradable to 16 GB
- Storage: 128 GB SSD
- USB, microSD support
This device also comes with a high precision digital pen. The company says that this new tablet will bring in years of realistic and intuitive working environment when compared to paper or displays. Its large display is capable of showing an A3 sized paper in full size making it ideal to show magazine content or pictures of the same ratio.
Panasonic has not announced any details yet on when this will be released or how much it is going to cost. Based on their presentation they are targeting the business market with this tablet. Architects, media people, engineers and businessmen will definitely be interested in getting this as they can easily work on their projects using this device.
Aside from this tablet the company also announced a new television that comes with facial recognition features. The TV set will be able to recognize the person watching it and customize content based on that person’s preferences.
The highlight however of their presentation was their upcoming 56 inch OLED television that comes with a 4K resolution and is only half an inch thick. A live demo of how the TV works was presented on stage and the picture quality was stunning. No announcements were made as to how much it is going to cost or when it will be released.