Panasonic already revealed its monstrous 20in 4K tablet at CES back in January, but now it looks set to return with a vengeance – and a trimmer waistline.
Weighing in at 2.5kg in IFA, the 20-incher is now described as being the world's thinnest and lightest tablet – which means Panasonic's been slicing and dicing its way through every inch to shed that extra weight.
Whether or not that means the internals – a 1.5GHz Intel i5 processor, Nvidia GPU, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD – have had to be sacrificed, remains to be seen. But with a 4K display and a huge screen size, it'll be hard not to be impressed (and terrified) either way.
Stay tuned for the start of IFA on 6 September, to see if Panasonic's giant Windows 8 tablet will finally get a street date and price tag.