With all eyes on the CES 2014 event being held at Las Vegas right now, Toshiba took the opportunity to unveil the world’s first 4K Ultra-HD laptop on Tuesday. The Japanese manufacturer has showcased its Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t laptops at the event. The devices both run on Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system and the pricing will be revealed later.
Toshiba’s announcement on its official blog said, “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-inch 4K Ultra-HD displays. These new Toshiba 4K laptops will take laptop screen resolution to the next level!”
The Toshiba Tecra W50 carries Nvidia Quadro K2100M graphics along with 2 GB of dedicated memory. It is powered by an Intel Core processor and has a 39.6-cm (15.6-inch) 4K Ultra-HD display with a pixel density of 282 ppi.
The Satellite P50t, on the other hand, has the same display as the Tecra along with the integrate touch function. While the specifications of the device aren’t known yet, the device is supposedly going to have exhibit more vibrant colours and a higher contrast than the Tecra.
Both the devices will go on sale from mid-2014.