Windows 8.1 could scale for a 10.6" 2560x1440 tablet, as well as a 1920x1200 7-incher
0. phoneArena 28 Jun 2013, 02:11 posted on
The notable pixel density additions are a 7" 1920 x 1200 panel, and a 7.5-incher sporting 1440 x 1080 pixels of resolution. We saw a proof of concept 7" quad-core Bay Trail slate running Windows to get demoed at the Computex expo not long ago, but whether OEMs will decide to bust out small Win 8.1 tablets with the ultra high pixel density mentioned, remains to be seen...
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3. _Bone_ (Posts: 2150; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
I don't quite understand, you can use whatever resolution your monitor has 2600x included, what's the difference in x86 tablets that such resolutions are only now added? Also, the Samsung Ativ Q has an even larger resolution. Is it not supported then?
4. 7thspaceman (Posts: 1404; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
i did some research into tablet dispaly sizes and found out that the smallest tablet screen size to use the Microsoft Office suite on is the 8 inch 16 by 9 or 8 inch 4 by 3 screen sizes. i would not buy a 7 inch 16 by 9 Windows 8 tablet.because the letter font size would require you to need reading glasses to do nay serious work on a document
5. speckledapple (Posts: 892; Member since: 29 Sep 2011)
Agreed. There are some things that might become a little cumbersome on smaller tablets.
7. juandante (Posts: 460; Member since: 23 Apr 2013)
Next year Android will have 4x this resolution.. Joke Microsoft
6. dan86 (Posts: 298; Member since: 17 Mar 2012)
Next year this shall be the android flagship phablet regime resolution.
8. Taters (Posts: 6325; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)
I would have purchased a windows RT tablet over the Nexus 10 if there was one with a high res. There wasn't so thank god I didn't get one. My Nexus 10 rocks. Lol