Does the new iPad's pixel-packing display make it a must-buy?
I haven't seen the 2,048x1,536 display up close (yet), but page devoted to the display also gives you a pretty good tour of the technology.gives you an idea. Apple's Web
By offering four times the pixel count of tablets on the market today, Apple is clearly pushing the display technology envelope. From the ongoing discussions I've had with NPD DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim, it seems clear thatwith production. Though main supplier Samsung has managed to ramp up enough volume, it hasn't been easy getting there.
That's not the only challenge. On the app front, some developers are skeptical, claiming that apps won't match up with the display's high resolution.
That said, millions of consumers are already opening their wallets, judging from.
And consumers obviously went for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S in droves due, in no small part, to the Retina Display--the same branding Apple is using for the new iPad's display.
So, my question is, do you expect those extra pixels to make a noticeable difference in day-to-day usage?
Is it enough to entice you to sideline your iPad 1, iPad 2, or Android tablet?
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