January 9, 2014
Toshiba’s 2014 offerings include a 4K Ultra HD mobile workstation, expected to hit the market this summer at an estimated $2,000. The Tecra was shown at CES with the TUM-32PRO1 4K professional monitor, a 31.5-inch UHD panel (3840×2169 pixels) that offers multiple color modes, including the popular Abobe Super Wide Color Gamut, “which in layman’s terms means up to 99 percent color accuracy with the source material onscreen,” said Toshiba’s Joseph D’Avanzo.
Other color modes include: Adobe RGB, sRGB, BT.709, SMPTE-C and EBU.
The monitor also has a reduced glare feature, brightness and uniformity correction, integrated color calibration (USB sensor included), connectivity inputs for DisplayPort (v1.2) x1 and HDMI (v1.4) x2 and an ergonomic stand. The HDMI features a 30Hz a refresh rate, the DisplayPort 60Hz.
The Ultra HD 4K monitor is expected to come to market in Q1 with a price of about $15,000.
The workstation is based on the Tecra W50 Intel i7 Quad 4800MQ CPU 2.7GHz processor and NVIDIA Quadro K2100M pro grade video card and 4K screen. With the docking station the Tecra can power up to four 1K monitors, or two 4K monitors.