Panasonic introduces prototype pixels: 4K Windows 8 tablet

Posted on Jan 9 2013 - 6:49am by Huzoor Bux

Las Vegas–Panasonic is ready to jump to the upper level in PC and tablet world.
Ultra HD/4K TVs blanket this year’s Consumer Electronics Show like freshly fallen snow, but Panasonic is standing alone demonstrating 4K technology in a PC. The company’s 4K tablet prototype on display at its booth has a ridiculous 3,840×2,560-pixel resolution and 230 pixels per inch packed into a 20-inch IPS LED-backlit LCD display.

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The 15inch Retina Display MacBook Pro has a 2,880×1,880-pixel resolution at 220 ppi. 20inch display currently is not available  in a comp that boasts that pixel density and resolution, but the demo unit was too bad when loading photos and pinching to zoom, or exploring Windows8.
The other specifications are: 5-pound sleek brushed-metal tablet, Panasonic tablet prototype runs on an Intel Core i5 processor, Nvidia GeForce graphics, 4GB RAM, and has a 128GB SSD.