As Toshiba wraps up its CES 2014 press-event, the company also announced the world’s first 4K Laptop. 4K is the talk of the town at CES this year, and by the looks of things 4K will be coming to consumers in all shapes and sizes before the year’s end.
Toshiba confirmed the new 4K display technology will help two new Windows 8.1 laptops standout in 2014, bot feature a 15.6” 4K Ultra-HD displays. The devices are expected to launch in 2014, and offer some of the clearest pictures possible, all on a laptop.
The first shown was the Tecra W50 (left above), a device geared more to working as opposed to general use, the 15”-class workstation will make its debut in mid-2014. The device is powered by NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics, and is already designed to work with SolidWorks and AutoCAD in the field. Inside you will find a 4th generation Intel Core processor, the before mentioned NVIDIA Quadro K2100M with 2GB dedicated memory, and the new 15.6” 4K Ultra-HD display (3840 x 2160), 282 PPI, color calibrated display.
Also shown was the Toshiba Satellite P50t, which also features a touch screen for users. The screen is the same size and resolution as the Tecra W50 above but the touch functionality is possible with this model.