Sunday, January 19, 2014

Sharp Introduces a 15.6-Inch RW-16G Intel Core i5 Powered Tablet

While other tablet manufacturers continue to innovate through a common range of sizes, Sharp introduces a 15.6-inch machine with Intel Core i5 (Haswell) processor. The RW-16G has a wider screen and higher screen density compared to some typical laptop computer in stores. According to report, availability of this unique and one-of-a-kind machine will probably start in Japan by the month of March 2014.

Furthermore, Sharp RW-16G has a 3200 x 1800-pixel WQHD display from IGZO (3K). It is capable of supporting a higher range of sensitivity level but there is no word for any stylus pen or input device included in the entire package. Few months from now, this machine will showed out in Japanese retail stores without a prior notice just like of other Sharp portable devices.

Sharp 15.6-Inch RW-16G Intel Core i5 Powered Tablet

Surprisingly, RW-16G is powered by quad-core Intel Core i5 CPU paired with 4GB of RAM. Because of the underlying processing technology, it is already comparable to a high-end laptop computers. Aside from that, the machine is also treated with 128GB of solid-state drive (SSD) of storage. That is higher compared to any available tablets that ranges from 7-inch to 10.1-inch sizes.

Other specs of Sharp RW-16G includes a USB 3.0, Bluetooth 4.0 with HS, and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/c support. This model is probably the bigger and wider brother of 10.1-inch Mebius tablet coming from the same Japanese company.

Because of Intel Core i5 processor, you might think that the 15.6-inch machine has a shorter battery life, right? But a reliable source also noted that it can last for a maximum of 9 hours in a single charge. The RW-16G might be added to the upcoming line of tablets with Android 4.3 or newer platform.



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