Originally Posted by whiteironknuckle
TN Panels are a lot cheaper to produce than IPS panels.
I know. That's why I picked the Nexus 10. Higher PPI, higher resolution, smaller size, better panel technology, yet they still cost the same. I used it as an example to correlate that higher resolution at smaller size doesn't always mean more cost.
On a more personal note, I still prefer IPS to PLS.
Originally Posted by deepor
The Nexus 10's panel isn't TN. It's "Super PLS" and Samsung says in its marketing material that it's supposed to be better than IPS.
I know, too. What I don't know is why are you telling me that it isn't TN. Never have I mentioned it being TN.
Originally Posted by iARDAs
So although this is a 4K monitor, it is not meant for gaming right?
Not in the slightest. For the few of us that gaming is a secondary use of the computer though, it's not really important. Heck, I play FPS on a low end IPS with 31ms of combined response time/input lag.Edited by Artikbot - 11/30/13 at 4:11am