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Here's a good comparison between the displays of the Nexus 10, iPad 4 and Nexus 7.

The Nexus 10 clearly has the sharpest image with the best color quality.

3894b7cb_1s1649.jpeg

Nexus 10 uses PLS display technology
iPad 4 uses IPS display technology
Nexus 7 uses IPS display technology
Edited by Koehler - 11/6/12 at 3:49am
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Which is why the Samsung Tab 2 7" with it's PLS screen has better color resolution and contrast than the Nexus 7. It might be slower but has better features and looks better for video playback. I had the two side by side and it was clear which was better.
Edited by Robilar - 11/13/12 at 3:06pm
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

Here's a good comparison between the displays of the Nexus 10, iPad 4 and Nexus 7.

The Nexus 10 clearly has the sharpest image with the best color quality.

3894b7cb_1s1649.jpeg

Nexus 10 uses PLS display technology
iPad 4 uses IPS display technology
Nexus 7 uses IPS display technology
Reference?

Saying that the iPad 4 has intermediate colour accuracy sounds suspect to me. It has full sRGB coverage... saying that the Nexus 10 has surpassed that... doesn't sound right.
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Coverage doesn't mean it's calibrated correctly. Even with calibration panels can still fall within 90%+ coverage rather than 100%. Even most run of the mill TN panels these days are rated for 100% sRGB. Also, 72% = 100% sRGB coverage, so color coverage isn't limited to sRGB.
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I'm quite happy with the Nexus 7 display. It's very crisp. Colors don't "pop" like they do on an AMOLED screen, but the images look great.
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