Today, Toshiba is one step ahead of all Windows 8.1 laptops as the Company introduced the World's first 4K laptops at CES 2014: Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t
Technology alters its rulebook so fast. Today at the 2014 International CES, Toshiba announced the World’s first 4K Windows 8.1 laptops, namely Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t.
The 4K aka Ultra HD display is four times higher resolution of 1080p (Full HD), that’s eight million pixels compared to two million pixels, bringing greater clarity.
The mobile workstation, Tecra W50, is powered by a fourth generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor with NVidia Quadro K2100M graphics, offering 2GB of GDDR5 memory and 8GB of DDR3L 1600MHz memory – configurable up to 32GB. Its 15.6-inch diagonal color-calibrated display has 4K resolution of 3840 by 2160 pixels at 282ppi.
The beast also comes with two USB 3.0 ports with the Sleep & Charge feature, plus one USB 2.0, eSATA, HDMI and RGB port. RJ-45 and Mini-Serial ports.
The Satellite P50 series is known for its high configurable specs with leading-edge technologies. With its premium design and components, the laptop feature the same 4K display, integrating touch capabilities for an amazing experience with Windows 8.1.
With the fourth-gen Intel Core i5 processor paired with dedicated NVidia GPU, users can enjoy an outstanding experience with its exquisite modernized design, LED-backlit keyboard and many other premium features. All in all, this laptop is “ideal for work or play.”
Toshiba is positioning Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t for professionals who “need sturdy performance laptops loaded with manageability features and built for durability and security” and for those who love entertainment on the move with the power of touch, respectively.
The Japanese OEM hasn’t revealed the pricing, but indeed, the duo will headline the dramatic changes in display quality when they will be coming in mid-2014.