Step aside 20” 4K Windows 8 tablet from Panasonic, LG is showing off its 84” 4K display at the on-going CES that is equipped with a 5-point multitouch interaction. This means that you can hook this gigantic 4K display up to your Windows 8 device, or an iPad, and you can own an 84” 4K tablet.
The demo unit at CES 2013 runs on a proprietary software built on Windows that allows it to show off its touchscreen functionality. It has a very responsive 5-point touch interface that allows you to zoom around a virtual library, paint and draw on canvasses, pinch to zoom in on an image, and such.
Of course, this is only a prototype and I don’t think a typical consumer can ever afford such TV just so they can have an 84” iPad. LG made no announcement on any release or pricing information. Check out the source link for a video demo.
(Source: The Verge)
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