Toshiba demonstrated the first laptops with 4K resolution
One of the major trends this year at the consumer electronics show CES in Las Vegas is associated with an increase in screen resolution to 4K. And although last year it was more of a niche technology primarily for expensive products, but this year the market should expect more affordable devices that support it.
This resolution has found a place in the new generation of TVs high-class and computer monitors designed for professional use. However, at CES 2014 showed us and the first laptops with 4K resolution, which was created by Toshiba.
Model Tecra W50 was more voluminous, but this is not surprising, since it is a professional workstation. The laptop features a 15.6-inch 4K (3840 x 2160) display with a pixel density of 282 ppi and professional graphics NVIDIA Quadro K2100M with 2 GB of dedicated memory. In addition, the laptop uses the Intel Core i7 generation Haswell and 8GB of RAM.
The second device is aimed at consumers. Toshiba Satelllite P50T has a 15-inch 4K touchscreen display and a much slimmer body, but details regarding graphics and processor is not yet announced.
Both laptops are running Windows 8.1, and the market they will appear in the middle of the year. On prices is not reported.