We got a hands-on with the new Panasonic tablet at CES in January.

Panasonic first revealed its 20-inch 4K (3840x2560, 230ppi) at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. Now, the electronics manufacturer has shared a video touting the high-resolution display's use for photographers.

Back in January, we learned that the tablet runs Windows 8, is powered by an Intel i5 processor and comes with 4GB RAM which can be expanded to 16GB. It may come as no surprise that the battery life is listed as approximately two hours. Panasonic claims the color reproduction is very accurate and the tablet comes with a high-resolution digital pen (Anoto touch-pen) for precise control and data input.

Tablets are used by many photographers as a live viewing screen or for on-the-go edits. Apple's retina-display iPad is a favorite of mobile photographers and DLSR users alike. Does Panasonic's new tablet have what it takes to attract photographers?