Toshiba reveal world’s first 4K display laptops

Toshiba 4K laptops CES 2014

At this year’s CES in Las Vegas we saw a whole lot of wearable technology related gizmo and hardcore gadgets like laptops were in scarcity. But Toshiba had other plans as they showed to the world the first ever Ultra HD 4K display that is common only in big panel TV displays. The 4K technology in itself is a new innovation that promises a very life like viewing experience with four times the resolution of Full HD for mind-boggling details. Toshiba is the first company to bring the 4K technology to the laptop screen. Revealing two laptops with the Ultra HD 4K display for different set of users; namely the Toshiba Tecra W50 mobile workstation for engineers or 3D designers and Satellite P50t for professional photographers, graphics designers and movie buffs. The 15.6 inch laptops with 3840 x 2160 resolution at 282 PPI are expected to be available for purchase in mid-2014.

# Toshiba Tecra W50

Toshiba W50t laptop with 4K technology

Toshiba Tecra W50 is loaded with Intel Quad Core i7-4800MQ Processor, 2BG Nvidia Quadro K2100M graphics card, user upgradable RAM and optional 1TB Hybrid 8G Disk drive. Weighing-in at less than six pounds this laptop is more durable than your average laptop and has a good battery life. It is perfect for users who work on SolidWorks and AutoCAD courtesy full-voltage 4th generation Intel Core processing technology.

# Toshiba Satellite P50t

Toshiba Satellite P50t laptop

Taking mobile entertainment to the next level the Satellite P50t laptop is an eye-popper in styling cues and is a powerhouse inside with 4th generation Intel i5 Core processor. Having Ultra HD 4K display from edge to edge of the screen makes it an amazing laptop to own. Combine that with the responsive touchscreen display and you have an amazing experience like never before.

Source: Press Release
Via: Toshiba



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