iPad's high-res Retina display: here are the details

iPad's high-res Retina display: here are the details
Apple’s new iPad is here! And probably the biggest highlight of Apple’s third tablet is the mind-blowing high-res Retina display. The new iPad delivers crystal clear images. 

CEO Tim Cook actually said the tablet has a better resolution than the presentation screen behind him, and it has more pixels than an HD TV.

Here are all the technical details about the new iPad’s Retina display:

- resolution of 2048x1536 pixels
- pixel density of 264 pixels per inch
- 40% better color saturation
- 3.1 million pixels total
- 1 million more pixels than an HD TV

It’s not a surprise, but it’s somewhat of a relief to see such an amazingly detailed display has indeed arrived on the iPad. Are you impressed?

source: Apple

Image courtesy of Engadget.

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