The Google Nexus 10 with 16 GB of memory is priced at $399 and seems to be a good alternative to Apple’s IPAD 4. The PLS (Plane to Line Switching) technology on the Google Nexus 10 is not a new technology. Samsung introduced this panel technology back in 2011 and touts that it offers wide viewing angles similar to IPS panels as well as improved performance in color reproduction, black depth and responsiveness.
Plane to Line Switching technology is roughly 10% brighter and offers about 2x increase in wide angle viewing. It offers higher contrast, decreased power consumption, faster response time and lesser reflection. This technology is used in Samsung’s Galaxy 10.1 Tablet as well as the Google Nexus 10.
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