It's no secret that we absolutely love the new Apple iPad 3's 2048x1536 264ppi Retina Display. It blew our eyes away in both our our iPad 3 review and iPad 3 video review, and we just can't get enough of those sweet pixels.
Now our eyes could be in for an even bigger pixel-packing extravaganza as a Windows engineering team blog has revealed that Windows 8 will support 10.1in screens at an iPad-busting 2560x1440 resolution, resulting in a mighty 291ppi resolution (versus the iPad's 264ppi glass).
It's far too early to say which manufacturers will be selling tablets with a 2560x1440 resolution at launch, but it's encouraging to know that Windows 8 has the capability to fulfil the desires of the pixel-hungry masses.
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