Constantly on the lookout to up the standard, Japan Display today unveiled a 10-inch display with a humongous 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. The 10-inch display, as you would imagine, is designed for tablets (high-end ones at those).
This sort of a resolution puts even the best to shame, if you’re into that sort of stuff that is. For instance, the Nexus 10’s 2560 x 1600 is dwarfed by this 3840 x 2160 pixel display by quite a margin. However, I’m not quite sure how much of a difference it would make in the end, but I’m sure that it would hardly matter to the buyer who’s looking to stay on top of technology.
The display uses the LTPS (Low Temperature Poly-Silicon) technology that keeps energy dissipation due to heat at the lowest level, while taking up 218mW of power. With a contrast ratio of 1100:1 and a viewing angle of over 160 degrees, this 10 inch retina shredding display will comfortably replace your old IPS screen tablet.
Display makers have been favouring smartphones for quite some time now, and it is about time that tablets got some high-res goodness. JDI aims to do exactly that with these panels, which should start shipping in the coming months.