Panasonic ToughPad 4K, the supertablet updated processor Broadwell
It’s called Panasonic ToughPad 4K and is a portent of tablet: has recently received a major update
It’s called Panasonic ToughPad 4K and some of you surely know, because it is a megatablet that the company has presented some time ago and which has a reduced price, that before long we will remind you. The tablet in question has a display 20 inches and recently it has been upgraded the processor we have moved from a CPU to a CPU Haswell signed Broadwell, a 14nm processor that will reduce consumption and waste, and thus make the tablet much more autonomous.
The technical ToughPad 4K can only be high-level view of the figure in which the tablet is sold: we speak, in fact, a processor core i5 vPro Broadwell, a 16 GB RAM and a display whose resolution reaches 3840 x 2160 pixels; as you see, in short, the basis of the tablet is a wonder, and you have to add us as well the presence of a well-matched connectivity: Panasonic ToughPad 4K, in fact, requires the presence of HDMI 2.0, Mini DisplayPort, USB 3.0, 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and Gigabit Ethernet. Everything in the right place, for a tablet that leaves nothing to be desired.
But we come to the painful notes, that make this Panasonic ToughPad 4K a product from the shelf: versions will be two, and the first, with Intel integrated graphics, will cost 2 thousand to $ 999; the second one will be even more expensive, but we do not know anything about him: we will update you as soon as we know more.