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.


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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.

  • R6ex

    I’m interested!