Arstechnica.com has a preview of several upcoming Toshiba offerings featuring 15.6" 4K displays, one of which explicitly has WACOM digitizer tech. Hands-on with Toshibaâ€™s high-resolution 4K laptops (and more) | Ars Technica The Tecra W50 mobile workstation, which uses the same 15.6-inch, high-resolution 4K display as the P50t but has aesthetics and specs more in line with a traditional workstation laptop. It crams a quad-core Intel processor and dedicated Nvidia Quadro K2100M GPU into a chassis that's more concerned with performance than portability. ******EDIT - The above info is wrong/unconfirmed. I pulled it from the wrong part of the article. Sorry folks. The specs on the Wacom enabled device are yet to be determined, and it's very probable that the screen is only 13". The keyboard separates from the base, leaving a small strip behind that can be used as a stand. "Canvas" mode, up close. The integrated stylus and Wacom digitizer could make this appealing for those who like pen input. So. . , assuming this actually happens, there are no deal-breaker hard/soft bugs, then this, right here, is my next portable. Literally the ONLY machine currently on the horizon which covers two of my four vital concerns. I don't have many: 1. Big screen. 2. Reliable digitizer tech. 3. Reasonable price point. 4. Quiet. Why nobody has been able to get this right yet is beyond me. I've been using Toshiba machines ever since I got into digital media. I'd be happy to continue that trend if this thing happens. Wait and see.