Now that every manufacturer under the sun has unveiled an Ultra HD television, the next step is to find other devices that could use a 4K display. Per Windows Blog, Toshiba announced on Monday at CES that it will move on to laptops later this year. The first offering, known as the Tecra W50, will feature a 4th generation Intel Core processor, NVIDIA Quadro K2100M GPU and a 15.6-inch 4K Ultra HD display. Toshiba’s second 4K laptop, the Satellite P50t, will feature an identical display, but will include touchscreen capabilities as well. Both laptops will run Windows 8.1 and should make it to commercial release by mid-2014.

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