While other manufacturers are still chipping away at matching their wits with Apple, Pixel Qi seems to have taken several steps ahead in the same league. Pretty interestingly, the Silicon Valley Company has now unleashed a new super-dense version of its signature display that touts to compete with iPad Retina display’s high resolution.
In fact, it would prove to be a double whammy for performance seekers for the given fact that Pixel Qi screen will be delivering massive power savings on Apple’s technology. Be fair and square and tell us now, were you really expecting this? Well, we definitely didn’t see that in the cards.
Nevertheless, the high resolution screen features a distinctive architecture and neat aesthetics that follow the footsteps of iPad 3. With integrated support for 2048 x 1536p, the panel allows for incredible sharpness and intuitive viewing – just like anyone would on Apple’s tablet. What may intrigue equally beautifully is the embedded ability to gobble down much less power than iPad 3’s battery-guzzling screen.
Enclosed in a sleek 10-inch framework, the screen further utilizes two watts of power and comes equipped with a unique low-power mode. By taking advantage of which, the high resolution panel consumes around 0.08 watts when in dim light, thus saving a lot on users’ energy. At the same time, it benefits from a type of transflective display which eventually renders an e-paper-like effect for readability outdoors.
The new Pixel Qi screen, however, is yet to receive official details on its pricing and availability. But whatever it may be, we just hope the company will stitch a comparatively cheaper price tag along with the solution’s chassis.