The evolution of mobile phones and tablets has increasingly focused on some of its characteristics. Over time it has been able to grow every time in one aspect, but we are reaching hardware limits that leave little room. The resolution of the screens is one of those aspects that are reaching limits in which marketing matters most, but when we talk about the 10.1 ? of a tablet, a Full HD resolution It may come in handy, and that is what the new one offers Asus MeMO Pad FHD 10.
The main feature that highlights Asus of its new MeMo Pad FHD 10 is the ability to reach a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution on a 10.1 ? screen, which is equivalent to a pixel density per inch of 224 PPI. Of course, it is not the first tablet with FullHD resolution, and without going too far we have the new Nexus 7 also manufactured by Asus that has this resolution, and also reaches 323 PPI for having a smaller screen.
To get an idea of ??what the most powerful smartphones offer right now, here is a list:
- HTC One: 469 PPI
- Sony Xperia Z: 441 PPI
- SGS4: 441 PPI
- Sony Xperia S: 342 PPI
- Apple iPhone 5: 326 PPI
- Samsung Galaxy S III: 306 PPI
By having smaller screens, the density increases a lot, but the idea of ??putting a list of smartphones is to highlight that with 10.1 ? yes it is interesting to increase resolutions and offer more definition. With its 224PPI, the Pad FHD 10 is below the SGS3, last of the previous list. The tablets still have work to do here, and as we say that in smartphones it already begins to make little sense to increase the resolution, in tablets you can work on it.