Sunday, March 18th, 2012 at 6:12 am
Lukas Mathis, the user interface designer, wanted to know more about the Retina Display of the new iPad so he went out, bought one, and placed it under the nearest microscope available to him. Due to his effort, we can see handy shots showing comparison between the new iPad and the iPad 2.
The Retina Display has never been done on a screen as large as the new iPad’s. This is not something that every company can do so Apple should be given a thumbs up for making the largest Retina Display to this date. At the blog of Lukas Mathis, there are many comparison shots showing comparison with many other screens across a range of devices. The compared devices include iPad 2, iPhone 4S, Android, HP TouchPad, PSP and few others. Visit his blog to see more comparisons.
It is fascinating to see the millions of tightly packed pixels of the new iPad. Apple has been impressive in getting Sharp, LG and Samsung to produce parts about 10-inches big that has more pixels than a television of 50-inches. We hope that we get the Retina Display technology in an 11-inch MacBook Air. In the end, early reports point out that improved resolution is making images pop, making videos look more real life and giving users a more pleasurable reading experience.
Filed under: iPad 3 News
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