CES 2014: Toshiba launches first 4K Laptops

Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t set for Spring 2014

by Mark Hodgkinson Jan 8, 2014 at 12:34 PM

  • Toshiba is showcasing the world’s first laptops featuring Ultra HD 4K displays during CES 2014.
    The Tecra W50 mobile workstation is designed for engineers and 3D designers and the Satellite P50t is more aimed at professional photographers, graphic designers and 4K movie enthusiasts.

    The 15.6-inch diagonal displays of the Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t deliver native 3840 x 2160 resolution at 282 PPI. Reassuringly, the displays are also colour calibrated with an accurate colour gamut and feature wide viewing angles.
    Displays are colour calibrated at the factory

    Tecra W50

    As well as the 4K display, the Tecra W50 mobile workstation features a full- voltage 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor and a NVIDIA Quadro K2100M graphics card with 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory.

    RAM starts at 8GB capacity but it’s expandable to 32GB and storage options come in at up to 1TB.
    Tecra W50 has 2GB of dedicated graphics memory
    Satellite P50t

    The Satellite P50t is designed to kick mobile entertainment into high gear with a responsive touchscreen display and a 4th Gen Intel Core i5 processor. It features integrated Mobile Intel graphics processing and comes with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM. The P50t also features integrated Harmon Kardon stereo speakers with ‘DTS Sound capability.

    The Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t with 4K displays will be available in mid-2014, with pricing details yet to be announced.

    “As a leader in Ultra HD, we are leveraging our 4K TV expertise to deliver a display capable of four times the resolution of Full HD to provide smoother images with astounding details,” said Carl Pinto, vice president of marketing and engineering, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. “We have applied years of experience and engineering resources to bring Ultra HD 4K technology into our premium laptops for consumers and businesses so they can usher in the next generation of content creation and consumption.”

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