Panasonic unveils 20-inch tablet at CES 2013

by Gavril Mankoo

Panasonic has jumped aboard the 4k bandwagon and has graced the occasion of the 2013 CES with its one-of-a-kind tablet, one that nearly beats the purpose of owning a tablet. A not-so-travel-0friendly 20-inch display, this tablet runs Windows 8 on a 4K resolution ISP-alpha display. Certainly one of the biggest tablets on the market, this one boasts a screen resolution of 3840 x 2560 and a 15:10 aspect ratio.

The new Panasonic 20-inch tablet uses a 1.8GHz Intel Corei5 processor and includes a digital pen too. Weighing in at 5.3 lbs (2.4 kg) and measuring in at 0.4-inches thick, this tablet is somewhat directed towards users who work with large-touchscreens and isn’t really the best way to work on the go. With 128GB SSD storage, NVIDIA GeForce Graphics and measuring 18.7″ x 13.1″ x 0.4″, this tablet is bound to appeal to the niche audience it has been developed for.

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