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April 21, 2014

Toshiba Unveils 4K Ultra HD Display Laptops

There is very little doubt that 4K devices are just starting to take off. While most people are only thinking about 4K televisions, there are a host of other devices that are starting to embrace the technology. One area in which Toshiba is trying to take the next step is the laptop. The company just unveiled its Satellite P55t, one of the first laptops in the world to boast a 4K Ultra HD display.

This series of laptops are also the first in the world to earn the Technicolor Color Certification. The ultra high value screen is ideal for people who are working in the art of multimedia fields, thanks to the super crystal clear display that 4K can offer.

“Creative professionals are embracing 4K Ultra HD as it enables a whole new level of media creation that draws viewers in with amazing detail and clarity,” Carl Pinto, vice president of marketing, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division said in a statement for the 4K HD screen’s unveiling. “Until now, media creators have been unable to have this combination of performance and display capabilities in a mobile solution and we applied years of experience and engineering resources to make it a reality.”

Being the first Technicolor Color Certified Laptop Display means the P55t’s 15.6-inch shows lifelike definition that has four times the number of pixels of a full HD screen. Resolution for the 4K Ultra HD screened laptops is clocking in at a resolution of 3840 x 2160 with 282 pixels per inch.

For those who are looking for applications that will really show off what the laptop can do, Toshiba has offered up the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 software on each computer. This software is the software of choice for photographers who want to organize, display and perfect their new images.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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