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Panasonic's 20-inch 4K tablet prototype

Panasonic's 4k tablet prototype on display at CES has a 3,840x2,560 resolution and 230 pixels per inch packed into a 20-inch IPS LED-backlit LCD display.

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Runs Windows 8

Panasonic's 20-inch 4k tablet prototype runs Windows 8.

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From the side

A view from the side of Panasonic's 20-inch 4k tablet prototype.

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Settings toggles on the side

Another closeup view of the side with settings toggles.

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Pinching in

The sleek brushed-metal, 5-pound Panasonic tablet prototype runs off an Intel Core i5-3427U processor, Nvidia GeForce graphics (unspecified), 4GB of RAM, and has a 128GB SSD.

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Front-facing camera

The prototype has a front-facing camera.

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Info lights on the other side

On the other side of the 20-inch prototype are the info lights.

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A human-sized comparison

CNET editor Scott Stein holds up the 20-inch prototype so you can see how big it is next to a normal human.

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Brushed metal back

There's not much on the back besides some simple brushed metal.

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Rounded sides

The sides of the 20-inch prototype are rounded.

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Windows 8 button in usual spot

The Windows 8 button is in the usual spot.

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