Sharp unveils the RW-16G, a 15.6″ 3200 x 1800 Windows 8.1 Pro tablet

Sharp 15.6-inch tablet running Windows 8.1

The Consumer Electronics Show may be over, but that’s not stopping companies to keep unveiling new products. Case and point is the new Sharp RW-16G Windows 8.1 tablet, which not only has large display, but it also packs really good hardware specs.

The Sharp RW-16G tablet features a 15.6-inch IGZO, 3200 x 1800 pixels at 235 ppi pixel density, 10-point multi-touch display. For internal hardware this tablet bundles an Intel Core i5-4200U processor, 4GB of memory, Intel HD Graphics 4400, and 128GB of storage. The device only weighs 2.7 pounds, it’s only 0.5-inch thick, and it’ll ship with Windows 8.1 Pro.

The Windows tablet also features a nine hours battery life, even with the HD display, as for connectivity the RW-16G comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, mini DisplayPort, USB 3.0, SD Card reader, and HDMI out port.

Pricing and availability are yet to be announced, but thus far it seems to be only a tablet aimed for the Japanese market.

Source Sharp

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