Originally Posted by Xzeara
After a little drinking, not enough sleep, and getting on OCN I first thought this was for Android Phones to HDMI out to... lol.
But yeah... nice screen
welcome to my OCN browsing life! Haha its amazing any of my posts are as coherent as they seem to be.
But on a serious note, this display finally fulfills one of the three general display formfactors i would like to see become standard.
1) 7.343" 1920x1080: 300 dpi
obviously an industry standard 1080p display on an already industry standard 7" tablet screen would do amazing things for the media consumption heavy smaller formfactor tablet market and simplify screen scaling issues.
2) 10.063" 2560x1600: 300 dpi
The current top tier 27"+ monitor WQXGA res standard would lend 300dpi perfection to the current top tier 10.1" tablet formfactor, silencing any remaining complaints over 10.1" screen readability issues.
3) 29.372" 7680x4320: 300 dpi
30" monitors utilizing the next generation UHDTV standard (roughly around current IMAX RES) expected to overtake regular 1080p HDTV sometime around 2016-2020. Finally providing picture perfect 300dpi clarity to the 27"-30" professional grade monitor market. Most here would jump on the gaming potential but I'm speaking more towards graphic design, topography, government uses, etc. My closest relation would be my agency brothers over at NGA.
Obviously the current standards; 7", 10.1", and 30" would be close enough to accomplish these tasks. I just find it coincidental how close these formfactors match up with 300dpi in mind.
Before everyone starts crying about the unreadability of display content from current OS's and the hurdles current GPUs would have to overcome to support such displays, obviously the respective markets would have to do their part to catch up. All three markets are progressing by leaps and bounds every day right now and I have no doubt that by the time display manufacturers would be capable of making such display options available, OS companies like Google, Apple, and Microsoft would be perfectly capable of providing readable/scalable display content and capable graphics companies such as Intel, Nvidia, AMD, etc, would be capable of providing graphics support in appropriate forms to power future computing needs.
As doc Brown would say "You've got to think 4th dimensionality!"Edited by AMv8(1day) - 5/15/11 at 1:21pm