Panasonic India launched a 20-inch tablet PC with 4K resolution.
The tablet is powered by the latest 5th generation Intel Core i5-5300U vPro Processor and includes 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. The Windows 8.1 Pro Update operating system ensures high performance, security and an intuitive touch experience for the user. The eye-catching black bezel together with 4K display panel is mounted on the magnesium frame which indeed is enclosed in a reinforced glass fiber case makes it a true business rugged tablet. This lightweight business rugged tablet is built to handle a 76cm fall, helping to avoid downtime and delivering a better total cost of ownership for businesses. The device also now comes with security lock compatibility to easily secure the device while away from the desk or at an event. Combined with accessories such as the optional Panasonic desktop cradle and carrying case solution, the device can be used as both a desktop PC and tablet.
First introduced in 2013 as the Panasonic Toughpad UT-MB5 and now re-branded, the Panasonic Toughpad 4K tablets are the world’s first 20-inch tablets with a 4K resolution display. It features a brilliant and immersive 230 pixel-per-inch IPSa LCD touchscreen display with a 15:10 aspect ratio and wide viewing angles that goes beyond Ultra HD resolution. The latest version of the device now also offers Full HD support to easily work with Full HD content on the 4K tablet. The new HDMI 2.0 INPUT port allows the device to be turned into a mobile monitor. The additional Mini Display Port completes the full set of business ports which includes; USB 3.0 with charge capability, LAN port, SD card slot, Smart card reader and docking connector. Wireless connectivity Bluetooth and WLAN ensures the user is always connected, whether at desk or out in the field. In addition, a cheaper variant with fewer ports, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of SSD storage was also announced globally alongside but it is not available in India. The price tag reads ₹2.4 Lakhs which is expensive, but since the company is targeting companies and not individuals the price shouldn’t matter much.