The world’s first mobile 4 k screen is a reality and it is to take in a Toshiba laptop.
There should not be much more than a year after that 4 k flat screens were launched before CES chants could offer the world’s first portable computers with the same technology. It was Toshiba which came first in the race, and could present two Pack portable, as from the middle of the year could be bought in the shops.
The new computers will consist of an integrated 4 k Ultra-HD 15.6-inch screen and comes with Windows 8.1. The first can be acquired under the name ‘Tecra W50’, and according to the manufacturer be a thin and light notebook for demanding tasks. Equipped with NVIDIA Quadro graphics card, this laptop is optimal for applications such as SolidWorks and AutoCAD.
The released specifications are so far:
Processor: 4th generation Intel Core
GPU: NVIDIA Quadro K2100M with 2 GB memory
15.6 “4 k Ultra-HD display (3840 x 2160), 282 PPI, color calibrated
On the other hand, if you go and dream of a laptop with touch screen, then the Toshiba Satellite P50t the other news, as you have gone and been waiting for.
The screen will be the same purely size-and opløsningsmæssigt as Tecra W50, but the difference will be an edge to edge display with-according to Toshiba-impressive colors, clarity and contrast.
While Toshiba has come first, then go there so 5-6 months before consumers can get their hands on them, which means that other producers can manage to follow. But only the novelty of having come first, will give the Japanese firm a massive publicity for a while.