Monday, December 23, 2013

Sharp Meibus Pad compete iPad Air

Japanese electronics company Sharp did not want to lose in producing gadgets market is becoming a trend nowadays. The electronics company produces tablets with specs that can compete with the iPad Air.

Computer tablet-sized 10.1 inch diagonal screen is run with the Windows 8.1 operating system with support for the Intel Atom processor Z3770 Bay Trail and 4GB of RAM. Not only that, the tablet named Meibus Pad is also available with 4G LTE network connectivity.

Meibus Pad

Maximum specifications also shown in terms of the quality of the tablet computer screen from Sharp. Meibus Pad is said to have a screen resolution of 2560x1600 pixels. With such a resolution, pixel density of the screen Meibus Pad can reach 300 pixels per inch (ppi).

It beat the quality of the on-screen pixel density of the iPad owned water technology that uses retina display with 264 ppi. The resolution not only dropped the iPad Air, but also tablet computers using the Windows 8.1 OS is the latest from Microsoft. Currently the highest resolution of the tablet Windows 8.1 is 1.920x1.200 pixels (the HP Omni 10).

Meibus Pad device from Sharp 's actually been published in September 2013, but Sharp returned officially announced its launch in the Japanese market today. Meibus Pad tablets will be marketed in January 2014, but no reference prices released by Sharp .

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