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Nexus 10 = 300 PPI Samsung PLS display

iPad 4 = 264 PPI IPS display

36 PPI is a big difference.
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Nexus 10 = 300 PPI Samsung PLS display

iPad 4 = 264 PPI IPS display

36 PPI is a big difference.
It's a 12% difference. That doesn't constitute a "much sharper" display. And again as I said: with higher pixel densities you get diminishing returns the more you increase the PPI.
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After using an iPad4 yesterday for the evening after owning a 1080p tablet, as well as a 1366x768 tablet I can say that I am COMPLETELY uninterested in PPI.

I originally wanted a Nexus 10 but now that I've tried a bunch of tablets, I couldn't say that I felt I was missing out by not having high PPI at all.

I game on a 37 inch monitor so maybe that's where its come from, but all this talk about 'ooh the text is so sharp'/'ugh this text isn't sharp' and all that business, you'd have thought anyone running under 300PPI was using DOS or something lol.
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Between my Nexus 10 and Dell U2711 everything under 1440p looks fuzzy now tongue.gif
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Yes it would be better to watch movies on.
Yes it could, though I don't really think those exist yet. Save maybe for a few YouTube videos or something like that.

Timescapes is a 1440p movie and I would assume that The Hobbit will be released in 1440p when it his bluray. Gaming at 1440p is also rather enjoyable. I have been playing Shadowngun deadzone with ultra high graphics settings and it looks phenomenal. And since the nexus 10 can use usb OTG I just plug in my xbox 360 controller and game away.
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Timescapes is a 1440p movie and I would assume that The Hobbit will be released in 1440p when it his bluray. Gaming at 1440p is also rather enjoyable. I have been playing Shadowngun deadzone with ultra high graphics settings and it looks phenomenal. And since the nexus 10 can use usb OTG I just plug in my xbox 360 controller and game away.
Yeah but that's barely anything at all. And on top of that the file sizes would be huge too.

I'm sure it would look great. I think the Nexus 10 is the first tablet that can play that sort of game on highest settings at that resolution with a high enough frame rate.
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Yeah but that's barely anything at all. And on top of that the file sizes would be huge too.

I'm sure it would look great. I think the Nexus 10 is the first tablet that can play that sort of game on highest settings at that resolution with a high enough frame rate.

Yes it usually runs at about 33-40 FPS with my cpu underclocked to 1.1ghz. Without the underclock the cpu tends to heat up very quickly and the thermal throttle control kicks in and it starts to drop frames. I have also played it hooked up to my tv via hdmi but it seems like there is a bit of delay on the tv. Im not sure if it is just my hdmi cable or not and I am going to investigate further when I have the time.
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Yes it usually runs at about 33-40 FPS with my cpu underclocked to 1.1ghz. Without the underclock the cpu tends to heat up very quickly and the thermal throttle control kicks in and it starts to drop frames. I have also played it hooked up to my tv via hdmi but it seems like there is a bit of delay on the tv. Im not sure if it is just my hdmi cable or not and I am going to investigate further when I have the time.
Ah I see. Yeah the Cortex A15 gets quite hot. Yeah there shouldn't be any delay and it should run with even higher frames at 1080p or less.
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Ah I see. Yeah the Cortex A15 gets quite hot. Yeah there shouldn't be any delay and it should run with even higher frames at 1080p or less.

well both screens are running when you hook up over hdmi so it has to render both 1080p and 2560x1600.
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well both screens are running when you hook up over hdmi so it has to render both 1080p and 2560x1600.
Oh does it? I assumed the tablet's display shut off. That would be an intensive task, then.
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