LCD Performance: Super IPS+ Is Great Outside
Compared to the original Transformer, the Prime's subpixel structure appears identical. We're not surprised, though, considering the Transformer Prime also employs a 10.1” 1280x800 IPS panel.
This tablet's modest color space can't keep up with the competition, especially with Apple's third-gen iPad putting image quality front and center. Again, because the Prime uses a similar display as the first Transformer, we can't say we're surprised. Fortunately, the colors are vibrant enough for everyday use.
Similarities in the benchmarks suggest that, as suspected, both generations of Transformer tablets employ the same glass.
But that's not to say the Transformer Prime's display is the same. It doesn't use a regular IPS display. Asus says it's employing Super IPS+, which features additional LED backlights to improve readability outdoors.
The extra backlights boost luminance up by 200 nits. So, at maximum brightness, Super IPS+ mode translates into close to 600 nits (we measured 598.2 nits).
This helps reduce glare on the screen. In the real world, we found it effective at preventing wash-out. However, be warned that Super IPS+ penalizes you by draining your battery up to 33% faster (according to lab tests).
Because we didn't have it sooner.
I think the 1080p display is worth the wait.
... so, my point waz... prime is a nice thingy, but, if there are proprietary stuff on a open platform, like android... i don't believe, that Tegra can get some momentum without going open source... the question is... how big is the Tegra's market share on the android platform? ... and... is the market share for Tegra so big, that they can insist to use there proprietary things?...
.. Me interesa conocer sus puntos de vista .. gracias :)
Echo de menos los comentarios de Lippo durante el proceso de ruptura de la pared, no puedo
creer que redujo el papel de Lippo como el
Ehh...? I have no idea what you are trying to get at.
Is it your first time on the internet? :\