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Panasonic is a tough guy and believes in selling rough and tough notebooks. You won't see an Apple made MacBook Pro making its way to the top. No, Apple sells well, far better than Panasonic. But in the extreme conditions, especially, if you are camping at the great Himalayas - Toughbook is what you all need. Earlier this year at CES, the struggling Japanese giant, announced its 4K ready Windows Pro tablet.
It houses super crisp resolution at 3084 x 2560 pixels; it's better to call it as a prototype for the time being. Latest rumors give a hint at the workability of such platform. Microsoft along with Panasonic is deeply connected together and would like to give a shot by releasing the actual product in the markets later this year. The report published in the The Japanese Times sheds light on the unique relationship brewing between Microsoft and Panasonic.
Do you think these types of devices have a long retail shelf? Well, the upcoming 4K tablet is not fit for general public. It may cost a bomb to actually acquire this tough beauty. However, this tablet would fit ace architects and photographers, who always looking for perfection. All together, it's so uncomfortable to carry a 20-inch tablet. It would be shocking to know a renowned photographer swaps latest MacBook Pro with Retina Display in lieu of Panasonic 20-inch 4K ready Windows 8 Pro tablet. In future this above mentioned instance might happen. Be aware Apple!
Panasonic 4K Windows 8 Pro tablet - Unveiled at CES 2013
Everyone in the market is all ready familiar with Panasonic plans for the 2013. Microsoft is kind of glued to this technology. 4K is touted as a next generation technology. Sony, which currently owns, world's biggest gaming library, is going Gaga over this 4K technology. The PlayStation 4 features 4K technology and will be compatible to run videos and movies in super HD format. With due respect, many Japanese consumer houses, are currently exploring 4K technology.
These companies made huge investments in the so- called 3D technology - but unfortunately 3D never took off. Japan will become the first company to start 4K broadcast in the early 2014 i.e. next year. This year Sony, Samsung, LG and other leading T.V manufacturer, are getting into 4K game. At the moment, it is impossible to deliver, costly effective 4K experience. Nonetheless, in future many buyers would like to try 4K, if the content delivery would be as good as hardware.
The Panasonic 4K Windows Pro tablet has no name - nameless beast. Even its internal specs have been locked under Panasonic supervision. It is a 2.4KG tablet; aimed at highly sensitive jobs. You mean photography. How come sensitive? Leave it. The prototype displayed at CES by Panasonic packed some 128GB of ROM, NVIDIA GeForce chip, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and USB 2.0. That's it. The device runs on the latest version of Windows. The manufacturer didn't reveal the costs neither retail availability. Expected date of shipment - 2013