quote: Resolution is a product of aspect ratio, not pixel density.
quote: In the case of the Honeycomb tablets versus the iPad, the increased resolution is due to the fact that they have a 16:9 display instead of 4:3.</quotteAs I set out above it is not! It is down to the number of pixels in a set area! In this case a screen that is roughly 10 inches across the diagonal.1200*800 =960,000 pixelsvs1024 * 768 =786,432 pixelsNothing to do with the shape of the screen what-so-ever.If the Ipad had a 1600x1200 screen (4:3) then it would have a higher resolution. Again nothing to do with aspect ratio!.
quote: nd running a (modified) classic desktop OS. designed to be operated and owned by an individual.
quote: Look at a Motorola Xoom, Rimm's Playbook, HP's Touchpad, and note they they are all square flat panel touch based computers that look nothing like an iPad 2. They have created their own design. If Samsung had done the same, they wouldn't be getting sued by Apple.
quote: Samsung has essentially produced the modern tablet as we know it, sans multi-touch and sound.