The major reveals at CES 2013 just keep on coming. This time around, the spotlight is on Panasonic and on their new 20-inch 4K tablet. As expected, the display looks impressive, and the specs reveal why. The LCD has a pixel density of 230 ppi and an aspect ratio of 15:10. You could press your nose up to to the tablet and not spot the individual pixels on the display.
Twenty inches is a bit huge for a tablet, which is probably why some people consider it more like an entire PC in one neat package. Despite that, Panasonic is still marketing their newest baby as a tablet. Going back to the specs, the tablet is powered by Intel Core i5-3427U central processing units with a clock speed of 1.8 GHz. It will also come with a microSDXC memory card slot, a USB 2.0 port, and a 720p front-facing camera. The 4K tablet lets users stay connected as well via WiFi and Bluetooth.
No release dates or pricing information have been released yet, although you can expect them to come soon.
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