Hitachi has taken advantage of the CEATEC expo which is currently ongoing in Japan to roll out its super high resolution next generation IPS display (In Plane Switching) for tablets. Measuring a good 6.6-inches, the display itself will feature a resolution count of 1600 x 1200 pixels in 302ppi, which will come pretty close to the iPhone 4 Retina Display that has a slightly higher 326ppi. What this new Hitachi display will excel in would be beating out the iPad’s 132ppi, 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 resolution IPS display. Not only that, it will be sharper when compared to Samsung’s Galaxy Tab device. Other hardware specifications of the new Hitachi IPS display would include an 800:1 contrast ratio and 400 nits of brightness, all crammed into a 4:3 aspect ratio. No idea on when you would see these puppies make their way into mainstream devices.
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