Have you ever thought about having a TV with 2560 × 1600 pixels? Yes, with more pixels than a 27-inch iMac! It would be cool, wouldn't it? How about a tablet? How about a 6 inch tablet with this resolution? Toshiba has just announced a new type of LCD capable of this feat: it makes a Retina display look like crude embroidery done by hand. There is GPU, to put up with one of these
At 498ppi, this screen developed by Toshiba displays 61% of the NTSC color gamut (16.7 million colors) at angles of up to 176 with 1000: 1 contrast. The images reproduced in it are so realistic that, despite being 2D, they can give a sensation of unique depth without mentioning that, with such a density, it would allow the manufacture of auto-stereoscopic screens (3D without glasses) with acceptable resolutions. Such screens will be demonstrated at the FPD International 2011, from 26 to 28 October.
The images above are a notion of the power of a screen with so many pixels (I need to open them in another tab or window), but I already imagine that such a thing would look beautiful, beautiful in a iGadget maybe even a day in d to see Full HD 1080p video on an iPod nano? The future holds promise, especially since Apple and Toshiba are now BFFs.
Ooouuul, iPad Retina!