Almost a year ago, Panasonic was launching the Toughpad 4K tablet, a 20-inch huge tablet with Windows as default operating system. Thanks to the large panel we got a 4K Ultra HD resolution of 3.840 x 2.560 pixels, panel powered by an Intel Core Ivy Bridge processor, Nvidia graphics and 16 GB of RAM, even better than an actual notebook devices available on the market.
Today we found out that the company gets ready for releasing a new model with better processor and a price tag that will represent just half the cost of the original. The new Toughpad 4K will pack an Intel Core i5 Broadwell processor with Intel vPRO, a HDMI 2.0 input, mini DisplayPort output, USB 3.0, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and full-Ethernet port.
This device will be available starting in July for a $2.999 price tag. Once launched, the tablet will be available in two different variants, one with Intel HD Graphics and another one with NVIDIA GPU and a digital pen in the package.