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Pocket-sized tablets might be all the rage for folks who surf the web from the couch, read news or eBooks on the go, and use handheld devices for gaming. But some activities work best on a larger display, such as graphic design or document editing.

Sharp’s latest tablet is aimed at folks that want to get real work done. It’s a Windows tablet with a 15.6 inch high-resolution display, an Intel Haswell processor, and the specs of a decent laptop.  It just happens to come in big-screen tablet form.

Sharp tablet

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5 replies on “Lilbits (1-17-2014): Sharp launches a 15.6 inch Windows tablet”

  1. I have a Dell XPS 18. I really like it, but its large enough to be cumbersome. This looks like it will cover most of what I’m looking for in a mobile workstation. I’m really hoping this gets a US release.

  2. I do QC at work and it’s a windows environment.
    I’ve got to get on our IT guys to get some windows tablets into our hands for doing our jobs.
    I think it is time.
    Plus what could be better than having your work try them out prior to me buying one for personal use?

  3. about time
    what took them so long. just sell the laptop without the keyboard and touchpad.

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