Tablet Wars! Google's Nexus 10 Could Break The 300 PPI Barrier

Summary: Apple's rumored to release an iPad mini tomorrow. Microsoft's Surface RT ships on Friday. Does Google have an uber-tablet waiting in the wings that will trump both of them? Rumors point to yes.

Everybody's holding out around to see what Apple's going to declare at its "little" press occasion the next day, but gossips indicate that it's a 7-inch product to contest with the Nexus 7 and Kindle Flame HD. And probably some other things, too.

People got fairly energized the other day when a Ms professional recommended that the Area RT has a better show than the iPad 3 and a full-on fire ware exploded when a analysis researcher focusing on show technological innovation refuted those statements.

But don't depend Google out just yet. The Hill View-based Android operating system designer doesn't create its own components, but it may have something up its sleeve that could trump both the iPad and Area when it comes to picture.

Originally revealed by CNET (and lately substantiated by The Next Web) Google is planning to release a new 10-inch product to contest with the obligatory iPad and competition Area. The new product will be produced by New samsung and known as, you thought it, the Nexus 10.

Google is web host an Android operating system occasion known as "The play area is open" on Thursday, Oct 29 in New You are able to (the same day as Microsoft windows Windows Cellphone 8 occasion, natch) where the Nexus 10 is said to create its first appearance.

But here's the kicker, the Nexus 10 (codenamed "Manta") will provide a 2560 × 1600 pixel top quality (which is a 16:10 element ratio) and northern of 300 p per inches wide (PPI). Besting, gasp!, the iPad 3.

At least theoretically, anyway.

Here's how a 2560 × 1600 Nexus 10 would pack up against the iPad 3 and Area tabs:
  • Area RT - 1366 x 768, 148 PPI.
  • Area Pro - 1920 x 1080, 208 PPI.
  • The apple company iPad 3 - 2048 x 1536, 264 PPI.
  • Google Nexus 10 - 2560 × 1600, 10.1-inches, 299 PPI.
If the Nexus 10 delivers with a 10.1-inch board (like the Universe Tab 2 10.1 and Universe Observe 10.1 do) that would give it 299 PPI. If it's a 9.7-inch board (like the iPad 3) it goes up to a huge 311 PPI.
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