Tablet DisplayMate test three versions of the small screen: Retina iPad mini screen quality than competitors “dramatically”.

DisplayMate. A front panel with the screen test devices such models. Recently took a small screen tablet is a third-generation Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 HDX, Retina iPad mini and Nexus 7 (2013) to be tested together. The test results are quite interesting, as follows:

start with an overview of the three versions of the screen before the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 iPS LCD screen is used to produce a-Si technology is the iPad mini screen is a two for one. IPS LCD technology IGZO and is FFS LCD technology, a-Si, culminating with Nexus 7 uses IPS LCD and LTPS (Low Temperature Poly Silicon) in terms of the resolution of the mesh is down because of the density. A total of 320 + PPI

when it comes to the test, the screen quality of the three. It appears that the iPad mini to a candidate who has the worst performance and color rendering significantly less than competitors. The precision of the Interim Agreement with the Nexus 7 is done almost everything except the contrast too. The championship went to the Kindle Fire is performing well all the way (DisplayMate do nothing flawlessly)

relative color rendering

relative precision color rendering of the iPad mini

when viewing the screen brightness iPad mini is still much less than their competitors. As well as the contrast, as well as losing the lucky iPad mini to retake the test results for the gray image. Which is still very low compared to competitors

tests compared

Image Intensity

compared overall. Test team for the Kindle Fire was the winner by saying that the screen of the tablet version is comparable to the OLED display even the Nexus 7 is the fact that the Color Gamut is complete and the screen at the brightest. culminating with the iPad mini as well and do not work very well. This may partly be because Apple threw the IGZO technology, which is still incomplete, it is

Source – DisplayMate



                     Display, iPad mini, Benchmark, Kindle Fire, Nexus 7



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