If you’ve ever yearned to play Candy Crush in crystal-clear definition, Panasonic’s got your back. At the IFA trade show in Berlin this week, the company revealed more details about its 20-inch Toughpad UT-MB5, billed as the world’s first 4K tablet.
The ruggedized slate, which was first teased at CES earlier this year, boasts a crazy 3,840 x 2,560 pixel (230 ppi) IPS display. It can handle 10-finger touch input, as well as the option of a Bluetooth optical pen. Spec-wise, two versions will be available: a basic model with 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD and higher-end model with 8GB of memory and a 256GB SSD. Both iterations are powered by an Intel Core i5 processor, an NVIDA GeForce GT 745M graphics card, and will run Windows 8.1. In other words, this tablet probably slays your laptop.
Given the €4,5000 ($6,000) price tag, though, you’re most likely to see it used in business environments. The standard model of the tablet will begin shipping in Europe in November, and US and Japan availability will be announced later this fall.