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CES: Panasonic shows off 4K 20in tablet for designers and retailers [video demo]

08 Jan 2013

LAS VEGAS: Panasonic has unveiled a prototype 20in Windows 8 tablet, called the 4K, which it claims will revolutionise the way retailers and designers work.

The tablet doesn't currently have an official title and there is no firm word how much it will cost or when and if it will be released.

However, a Panasonic spokesperson confirmed the company has already seen interest in the device by a number of unnamed renowned retailers, design houses and architecture firms.

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