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30 minute battery life I'm guessing. Great for a bathroom visit.

all the guess work was already taken off...........it is stated to have 2 hours of battery life. Good for 4 bathroom visits if thats how you wanna benchmark it biggrin.gif
    
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all the guess work was already taken off...........it is stated to have 2 hours of battery life. Good for 4 bathroom visits if thats how you wanna benchmark it biggrin.gif

I estimated 30, because how many times does a manufacturer tell the truth about battery life?
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I'm tired of seeing tablets getting hi-res displays while PC monitors remain unloved, I want to see 20 to 24 inch monitors getting 4k or even 1440p resolutions
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Wow, that screen is really amazing.

I agree with others: give us high res desktop monitors NOW! (Please?)

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Just saw this:
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A ‘pro’ version of the Toughpad 4K will be released in early 2014 with 8GB of RAM (expandable up to 16GB) and a 256GB SSD, also it will feature an i7 processor.

If they pair that with a nice bluetooth keyboard and trackpad it would be a killer AIO. At least until the new iMac's come with 4k.
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post #15 of 17
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I'm tired of seeing tablets getting hi-res displays while PC monitors remain unloved, I want to see 20 to 24 inch monitors getting 4k or even 1440p resolutions

Indeed.
Unfortunately, given the components in that machine I suspect that the screen alone would be around $2K, but it would be nice to see someone put out a high fidelity PC monitor (less than 40 inch) for less than the $20,000 most of the others are asking.
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I want a 4k 20 inch monitor... Banish AA forever with that kind of pixel pitch... of course you need SLI Titans to run demanding games at that resolution... even Tri-Sli.

Can't they make a stand-alone monitor with those specs?
     
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I saw this at CES this past January. It was umm.... big. tongue.gif
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