Panasonic has really taken the display on tablets to another level. With its competitors are sporting
the latest 4K resolution on really large screen television sets, Panasonic wanted to experiment this
new technology, the ISP-alpha display, on its 20 inch tablet. As a result, you get to look at a screen
which not only seems beautiful but also feels beautiful to touch. The tablet is designed to maximize
the utilization of the new touch friendly features included in the latest Windows 8.
At the first sight, the Panasonic’s 20-inch 4K tablet look rather unusual since as a touch device,
it is too bulky to carry around. However, the tablet is meant to be placed at one place and used
mostly while lying flat on some surface. The screen has a really wide viewing angle and provides
a whooping 3840 x 2560 pixels with a 15:10 screen aspect ratio. The large 20 inch screen and 10
touch input makes it possible for the tablet to be used by multiple people at the same time.
Under the hood, there is a 1.8GHz i5 Intel processor and a Nvidia GeForce GPU. The tablet comes
with a 4 GB DDR3 RAM and can be extended up to 16 GB. The 128 GB SSD gives enough storage
memory for people who want to use the tablet for multimedia purposes. Other features include a
720p camera, microSD reader, USB 2.0 ports and bluetooth and WiFi features.
The tablet is pretty light for its size, at 2.4 Kg, and very thin at 0.4 inches. One special feature
about the tablet is a precision digital pen which allows people to use extended touch features on the
device. It is very useful for people while using applications like Adobe Photoshop or other writing
applications. If this technological device is a success, it will beneficial for both Panasonic and