How much do consumers care about the displays of their tablets? Apple, for one, is betting that they don't care too much. The new iPad Mini – which will very likely be announced later today — is rumored to have a display inferior to both the Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire HD, yet will likely cost at least a hundred dollars more. Will consumers still bite?
Think about it: the display is arguably the most important spec to consider when buying a tablet. After all, the whole idea of a tablet is having a display you can walk around with, read in bed, play with when you're sitting on the toilet and bring on trains, plains and automobiles. Without a stellar display, a tablet is still functional but doesn't quite warrant the price.
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