Naina KhedekarSep 03, 2013 10:48:05 IST
With the IFA just around the corner, a slew of devices have already started making their pre-IFA presence. One such device is the gigantic 20-inch tablet from Panasonic. News has it that the Japanese OEM will be showing off its thinnest and lightest 4K tablet with a large 20-inch display.
The tablet is known to be a part of the company’s presentation that reads "A Better Life, A Better World". However, it is said that Panasonic will not put up the device for commercial release. It is just one among the various devices that the company plans to talk about during its press conference to be held at the IFA on September 4. But one can expect the device to be on display at its booth.
Gigantic 4K tablet by Panasonic (Image credit: Slashgear)
The Panasonic tablet is said to be a concept device that boasts of 4K OLED display. This means a resolution of 3840 x 2160 eventually offering 220ppi.
At Consumer Electronic Show this year, the company had shocked and awed users by showcasing an unnamed 20-inch tablet with 4K resolution. It ran on Windows 8, and came with a stylus and real-time cloud-based collaboration tool. Speculations are rife that this could be the same tablet, but with improvements. Now, it isn’t clear if the tablet still runs Windows 8. But we wouldn’t be surprised to find it running on the Android OS this time.