Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S, a display so good, you’ll start “seeing with your brain”

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S, a display so good, you’ll start “seeing with your brain”
Samsung’s AMOLED displays are beautiful, even if the colors tend to be a little over saturated. On the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 we reviewed earlier this summer, we loved it. In addition to that, we observed that Samsung seems to have nailed down color accuracy, at least with this new line of tablets.

The 1600x2560 pixel resolution displays on both the 8.4-inch, and 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S devices sweetens the pot, as does the thin, lightweight construction. Granted, we wish there was a way to go a little easy on the plastic, but Samsung has built a familiar form factor across platforms, and there is something to be said about that.

What is it like viewing one of these tablets up close and in real life? They are bright and vivid, certain to attract the curious eye from afar. If you ask Jason Silva of National Geographic’s Brain Games, explains the experience as “seeing with your brain.”

It is too bad that all the images in the new ad are simulated, and no, none of the new tablets render a 3D-image of your brain. However, if you are in the market for a tablet, and the quality and resolution of the display is important to you, you would be doing yourself a great disservice by not considering any of the Samsung’s newest generation tablets.

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