Head-To-Head: New Apple iPad Vs. Google's Nexus 10


Display

New iPad: 2,048-by-1,536 resolution

Nexus 10: 2,560-by-1,600 resolution

Apple's fourth-generation iPad supports the same, industry-leading Retina display that debuted with its third-generation iPad in March. Equipped with an impressive 2,048-by-1,536 pixel count, Apple's Retina display instantly became one of the best displays consumers could get their hands on.

But all that has changed with the arrival of the Nexus 10. With a 2,560-by-1,600 resolution, Google's new tablet out-shines the latest iPad when it comes to the quality of its display. According to the spec sheets, Google's Nexus 10 has about 36 more pixels per inch than the new iPad.

Google's Nexus 10 also has a slightly larger display; it measures 10 inches versus the iPad's 9.7 inches.



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