Panasonic 4K 20-inch Slate Arriving January Priced at $8K

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Immaculate

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So is it $6000 or $8000?
Why is the mobile tech using these great resolutions and yet we wait 8 years for new consoles and one of them is still using the same low-res.
 

Immaculate

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So is it $6000 or $8000?
Why is the mobile tech using these great resolutions and yet we wait 8 years for new consoles and one of them is still using the same low-res.
 

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There's a $2k fee if you order one from Tom's. On the upside that money will go to a proof-reader.

But seriously $6K?!?
 

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So is it 2160p or 2560p? 6,000 or 8,000? Man so many typo's

Obviously this is going to be marketed at professionals, because otherwise no one in their right mind would spend that much on a tablet.

Couldn't they at least through in a built-in 4G LTE modem or something?
And finally, why in heck does it use a 3rd-gen Core i5? Why not a 4th-gen to increase battery life (which will no doubt be very short because of the 4K display). Clearly Panasonic is banking on the 4K gimmick
 

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I wait until a decent 24-26 inch 4K PC monitor is available for $500+/- range.

Similar for a 4K TV, 60 inch or larger for under 2K.
(which is still a lot of money for a TV)
 

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man, that will be quite the wait. we dont even see 1400p at 24" yet
 
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