Sharp’s Windows 8.1 tablet has serious specs: LTE, WQXGA

The Meibus Pad boasts a 300 PPI display and Sharp's in-house IGZO tech.

The Minibus Pad boasts a 300 PPI display and Sharp’s in-home IGZO tech.

Sharp is upping the ante within the 10.1-inch windows eight.1 pill space with a WQXGA pill packing 4GB of memory and LTE connectivity.

The Minibus Pad from Sharp — which can also be probably the most world’s biggest liquid crystal display producers — sports activities a 2,560×1,600 IGZO display.

Which is simply shy of 300 pixels per inch and tops the 9.7-inch iPad Air’s 264?

And that resolution also beats most windows 8.1 drugs on sale today. Ten-inch category windows eight.1 pills typically supply resolutions no better than 1,920×1, 200 (e.g., the HP Omni 10).

The Minibus Pad was offered again in September at Japan-based totally CEATEC, however Sharp formally announced the product Wednesday for the Japanese market.

Sharp has additionally integrated LTE connectivity — once more, a rarity for a tablet operating the whole model of windows eight.1 (Nokia’s Lumia 2520 offers Verizon LTE however which is a home windows RT pill).

Others specs embody an Intel Atom Z3770 “Bay trail” processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of flash storage, windows eight.1, and windows eight.1 place of business residence and industry 2013.

It 9.5mm (0.37-inches) thick and weighs 595 grams (1.3 kilos).

The tablet will go on sale in January. No pricing was once given.

Sharp Meibus Pad.

Sharp Minibus Pad.