If you want a tablet with a screen that shines bright like a diamond, look no further than this list. A super-bright screen isn't just another great way to eat up your tablet's, it's also useful when enjoying your tablet in a bright environment.
If you've ever tried to use a tablet outdoors, or in direct sunlight, the screen can be highly reflective and difficult to see, but cranking up the brightness usually helps -- if your tablet's screen packs that kind of power. We've gathered the best of the brightest for your viewing pleasure, but if you're interested in the best screen --period -- check out our list of best tablets., or
|Tablet||Maximum brightness (in cd/m2)||Screen resolution||Pixel density (ppi)||Screen size (in inches)|
|Nokia Lumia 2520||676||1,920x1,080||218||10.1|
|Google Nexus 7 (2013)||570||1,920x1,200||323||7|
|Barnes & Noble Nook HD+||496||1,920x1,280||256||9|
|Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9||472||2,560x1,600||339||8.9|
It might be a little old, but the the Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ still packs the right (and bright) stuff. Bookworms will enjoy the reading software extras, but bargain shoppers will love its budget price. Within its slightly restrictive OS, unlike theabove, the Nook HD+ offers full access to the Google Play App store.
For an affordable price, the Google Nexus 7 houses a pure version of Android in a compact and comfortable build. It's great for on-the-go types, alsoand its screen, though small, is one the brightest around. The tiny but mighty Nexus 7 is also the only 7-incher on this list.
If you simply must have the brightest screen available, buyer beware. Despite being at the top of the list, the Windows RT packing Nokia Lumia 2520 comes with a few downsides; it has the lowest pixel-resolution and PPI, in comparison to the other tablets on the list, and some models have been recently. Don't say I didn't warn you.