Sharp is showcasing own tablet called Mebius Pad, the first of the Japanese firm with Windows 8 and a panel starring ultra high component.
IGZO is one of the leading technologies in the current display technology. As you know, it is a semiconductor material that basically replaced by an amorphous silicon active layer in the LCD screen, with advantages such as lower power consumption, thinner and especially greater pixel density.
Sharp offers such panels to third party companies, and also uses it own devices as this Mebius Pad that offers a native resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels on a tablet of 10.1 inches diagonal.
Its processor is Atom Z3370 Quad Core (Intel Bay Trail) and following the trend in Japan, has a waterproof chassis and dust under IPX5, IPX7 and IP5X certifications.
We do not know the price or availability for this Mebius Pad tablet that will use Windows 8.1 operating system.