Company will embed 'live digital surfaces' in future devices, starting with the 20-inch 4K tablet.
Panasonic has teamed with Anoto to integrate its scribbling technologies into new tablets and smartphones. It's started with use of the tech in the enormous 20-inch 4K tablet, which runs on Windows Phone 8, boasting four times the resolution of full HD.
The 4K is 10.8mm thick, weighs 2.4kg, and offers a 'natural handwriting experience,' and 720p camera.
The firms reckon integration of the digital writing provider's solutions will offer developers near unlimited app potential, while consumers will be able to scrawl across 'live digital surfaces' with the Anoto digital pen (stylus).
Stein Revelsby, CEO of Anoto Group AB, said: "Panasonic will explore new frontiers in human/machine interfaces with Anoto technology.
"Anoto's digital writing solutions are currently in use across a broad range of consumer and business applications. Our work with Panasonic promises to extend this legacy across a whole new generation of tablet devices and beyond."
Other Panasonic tablets include the Toughpads, which are dustproof, waterproof and drop-resistant.