CES 2014 is currently under way in Las Vegas, Nevada, and we have seen quite a few new PC announcements. Toshiba is no stranger to the event and has unveiled two of the world’s first 4K laptops – the Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t. Let’s dive into these two devices and see what’s under the hood.
“Today Toshiba has made 4K display technology more accessible to mobile professionals and enthusiasts by announcing two exciting new Windows 8.1 laptops that feature integrated 15.6” 4K Ultra-HD displays. Coming in mid-2014, these new Toshiba 4K laptops will take laptop screen resolution to the next level!” Microsoft stated in an official blog post today.
The Tecra W50 is designed for professionals working with graphically-intensive applications, packing an integrated NVIDIA Quadro K2100M with 2GB dedicated memory, 4th generation Intel Core processor, and a 15.6″ 4K Ultra-HD display (3840 x 2160), 282 PPI, color calibrated display.
On the other hand, we have the Satellite P50t, which features the same display and resolution as the Tecra W50, but also comes with integrated touch functionality. The 4K Ultra-HD screen also features edge-to-edge glass with amazing color, clarity, and contrast.
Both laptops will be available mid-2014. As Microsoft puts it, these two new 4K Windows 8.1 powered laptops from Toshiba will provide new capabilities for mobile professionals and enthusiasts. Hopefully these two new laptops are not too expensive.Further reading: CES 2014, Toshiba, Windows 8.1