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Panasonic Toughpad 4K Tablet 20" £4199 @ Debenhams
Panasonic Toughpad 4K Tablet 20" £4199 @ Debenhams

Panasonic Toughpad 4K Tablet 20" £4199 @ Debenhams

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20" 4K Ultra High Resolution Display, Business Rugged Windows 8.1 Pro Tablet with nVidia Graphics and Electronic Touch Pen

>>Delivery from Tues 5th Aug

* Intel® Core™ i5-3437U vPro™ 1.9 GHz Processor
Windows 8.1 Pro
NVIDIA® GeForce® 745M Graphics

4K (3840 X 2560) Ultra high resolution, 230ppi and 15:10 aspect ratio

20" IPSa multi touch display with up to 10 finger recognition
Panasonic Electronic Touch Pen* for super natural hand writing

4 or 8 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD

Business rugged tablet at 2.35 kg and 12.5 mm thickness

Built-in USB 3.0 port, SDXC card slot, Headphone Jack and Docking connector

Optional Smart Card Reader

Optional cradle with 1x LAN, 1x HDMI and 3x USB 3.0

Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi for wireless connectivity

HD Front camera
3 year warranty as standard

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24 Comments

Very nice tablet but seriously who is gonna spend 4k on a tablet ....you'd have to be a raving idiot ,you could buy a top end Mac for less than this

Or 2 ipads and stick them together....

Works out £1 per Pixel, which wiseguy in marketing thought of that then?

Strangest thing about this deal to me = Debenhams!? oO

codnan

Very nice tablet but seriously who is gonna spend 4k on a tablet … Very nice tablet but seriously who is gonna spend 4k on a tablet ....you'd have to be a raving idiot ,you could buy a top end Mac for less than this


They look pretty but seriously who is gonna spend that much on a computer... You would have to be a raving idiot, you could buy two high end windows desktops for less than that!!!

I seriously want one of these, it would be awesome for client meetings... And kids games

Still price tag just out of reach but in a couple of years hopefully this won't be crazy money

mehmeh

They look pretty but seriously who is gonna spend that much on a … They look pretty but seriously who is gonna spend that much on a computer... You would have to be a raving idiot, you could buy two high end windows desktops for less than that!!!



Most buyers would be writing it off on their company as a business cost, I would think.

codnan

Very nice tablet but seriously who is gonna spend 4k on a tablet … Very nice tablet but seriously who is gonna spend 4k on a tablet ....you'd have to be a raving idiot ,you could buy a top end Mac for less than this


You are a raving idiot for making such raving comment. Just because something does not meet your needs doesn't mean it's not useful to someone else?

It really doesn't work out to be £1 per pixel - 3840x2560= 9,830,400

louisa11

Or 2 ipads and stick them together....


Sharpharp

Works out £1 per Pixel, which wiseguy in marketing thought of that then?



4 ipads would make this screen size, although they'd have more resolution and still be lighter they'd also have a fraction of the power. I'm curious why they went for an old CPU in this, it can't be that old. Also it's 0.5p per pixel, but that doesn't make it any less expensive or cool.



Edited by: "quadpatch" 15th Jul 2014

Rather buy myself a decent PC, an iPad and a holiday for this kind of money.

I still can't see why Panasonic make such huge losses every year

it might be 419 pounds....typo mistake...pansonic open your eyes nd see again...

Must lag quite badly with that CPU/GPU pushing that resolution?

Yeah this is a crazy price. if it was an alternative to cintiq I could just about understand it, but what pen tech is this. is it even an active digitizer? of so does anybody know which type it is?

Can I load Windows 7 on this?

Original Poster

# Optical Electronic Touch Pen
Allows for freehand drawing, annotating and signature capture on the Toughpad 4K Tablet screen
Wireless connection over Bluetooth® that allows for multiple pens to be used simultaneously on one tablet
Accurate to nearly the pixel level with unique infrared optical sensing technology
Includes two programmable buttons to simulate mouse clicks
Sensitive enough to interpret 2,048 levels of pressure with a pen-and-paper-like feel
Rechargeable via included USB cable, with charging indicator in LCD window
# i think it is wacom pen ?

codnan

Very nice tablet but seriously who is gonna spend 4k on a tablet … Very nice tablet but seriously who is gonna spend 4k on a tablet ....you'd have to be a raving idiot ,you could buy a top end Mac for less than this



Ahhhh, so that what 4K tablets are... I've seen the 4k tv's but had never seen a 4k tablet till now, thanks op!

oqey

You are a raving idiot for making such raving comment. Just because … You are a raving idiot for making such raving comment. Just because something does not meet your needs doesn't mean it's not useful to someone else?

I have no doubt it would be useful and cool to own ,but the fact is its a ridiculous price and the tech is in no way worth that much as its essentially a touch screen laptop without the keyboard and you could buy a much higher spec touch screen laptop (which probably wouldn't be any heavier ) for less than half this cost

david2004

# Optical Electronic Touch PenAllows for freehand drawing, annotating and … # Optical Electronic Touch PenAllows for freehand drawing, annotating and signature capture on the Toughpad 4K Tablet screenWireless connection over Bluetooth® that allows for multiple pens to be used simultaneously on one tabletAccurate to nearly the pixel level with unique infrared optical sensing technologyIncludes two programmable buttons to simulate mouse clicksSensitive enough to interpret 2,048 levels of pressure with a pen-and-paper-like feelRechargeable via included USB cable, with charging indicator in LCD window# i think it is wacom pen ?

Hmmm wacom technology doesn't require batteries though. Ntrig would only have 256 levels of pressure. perhaps it's their own tech... weird!

Sharpharp

Works out £1 per Pixel, which wiseguy in marketing thought of that then?



I'm going to assume you failed GCSE maths? It works out to 0.0427p per pixel.

sdutton007

I'm going to assume you failed GCSE maths? It works out to 0.0427p per … I'm going to assume you failed GCSE maths? It works out to 0.0427p per pixel.



Thanks Grandad

Sharpharp

Thanks Grandad



So, I'm a Grandad because I am capable of working a calculator? Lol.
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