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This tablet for example has the following:

Quantum Dots
>Quantum Dots provide an amazing super high technology performance enhancement for LCDs through a unique application of Quantum Physics. By incorporating them within the Backlight the LCDs then produce highly saturated primary colors that are similar to those produced by OLED displays, plus they also improve the brightness and power efficiency at the same time. Instead of using existing White LEDs (which have yellow phosphors) that produce a broad light spectrum that makes it hard to efficiently produce saturated colors, Quantum Dots directly convert the light from Blue LEDs into highly saturated narrow band primary colors for LCDs. And the icing on the cake is that their colors are precisely tunable during manufacture, which means they can produce the exact colors needed for high image and picture color accuracy. This eliminates the lopsided Color Gamuts and White Point errors that are present in most existing displays.
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Why are you greentexting?
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>>102269741

>Full and Wide Color Gamut Displays
Up until recently, most LCDs had only 55 to 65 percent of the Standard sRGB/Rec.709 Color Gamut that is used in producing virtually all current consumer content – resulting in subdued colors in images, videos, and photos. This limitation results from the traditional reduction in brightness and power efficiency as the Color Gamut is increased (which can now be overcome using Quantum Dots). Most leading LCDs now have Color Gamuts greater than 85%, with the best close to 100%. The most notable laggards in 2013 were the iPad mini Retina Display and Microsoft Surface 2, both with just 63 percent of the Standard Gamut. Quantum Dots mentioned above will play a major role in improving the Color Gamut of LCDs.
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>advanced screen technology
You don't know the first thing about the technology in question, so how can you say that it's advanced?
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H264 10 bits.
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In other words, shitty gimmick? Can you even notice all that on such a small screen?

I don't care if you view anime on a tiny screen. But viewing it on a big monitor or a TV will always be superior, especially if you got a nice sofa.
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>>102269741
Because I watch my cartoons on a 42'' plasma.
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>>102270090

I know what it is and I'm so benefiting from it (HDX 8.9)
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>>102270497
This, but 50".
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state the brand
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>>102270353

it's not gimmick current crop of high-end tablets (specifically iPad air and HDX 8.9) are as accurate as broadcast-grade monitors costing 10k+
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must be pleb-tier non-THX/ISF presets walmart-grade plasmas with line bleed galore
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This smells of stealth marketing.

And it's not like ''new'' technology always have to be better than what already exists. When LED screens came the LCD ones were actually sharper than the LED ones and it remained that way for a while. The best way when you buy a screen/TV is to actually go into the store and have a look at the screen quality yourself and ignore all the fancy wording and stickers put on them and only look at specs/visual quality.

And then there's a matter of brand as well, Apple tends to give poor quality a buck with their products compared to other brands.



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