Toshiba is ready to release their new 4K Ultra HD laptop, which is going to have picture quality that is four times better than the average computer monitor. The picture quality will be as sharp and clear as the new flat screen televisions that are being sold today. The reason why the picture quality is better is because the laptop’s screen displays four times more pixels than older high definition laptop screens. Not only that, this laptop is the first machine to ever be Technicolor Color certified. This certification means that it has ultra clear definition and that the colors are all true. So, if you are going to record something with your digital camcorder then the exact visual of what you record will be what shows up on your laptop screen. As you can imagine, this laptop is going to be marketed towards creative professionals that deal in the visual arts. These kinds of professionals include graphic designers, web designers, digital artists and videographers. They will all be blown away by how well their artistry will be displayed on this super high resolution laptop screen.
The Toshiba 4K Ultra HD Laptop is going to have a 15.6 inch touch screen display. Its resolution is going to be 3840 by 2160 pixels, which will be 282 pixels for every inch. The processor is an Intel Quad Core i7 and the graphics card is an AMD Radeon R9 M265X. The laptop comes with a fully registered version of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5, which is great for touching up images and making them look smoother. If you are worried about storing large files from your creative pieces, then don’t because the laptop features a 1 terabyte hard drive. It even has four 3.0 USB ports and a rewriteable Blu-ray drive. The laptop is scheduled to be released on April 22nd of 2014 and the starting retail price will be set at $1,500. Consumers might not be as quick to purchase a laptop for such a large price, but that is okay because this isn’t targeted towards the average consumer. Instead, creative professionals will want to purchase this laptop and will most likely be able to afford it as a business expense. For those that cannot afford it, Toshiba will be releasing a new line of affordable laptops for them as well. They won’t have the super high resolution of the 4K Ultra, but they will still be high performance laptops that are suitable for the average computer user. The cheaper models will also be thinner than last year’s models, which is a plus. Therefore, this is going to be an exciting year for high resolution laptops.