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The new screen will likely feature a high pixel density, which ultimately measures how responsive the tablet is to touch gestures.
High end tablets, such as Samsung’s Galaxy 10.1, has a resolution of 1,280×800, while Apple’s iPad 2 has a 1,024×768 resolution. Compared to the current two leading tablets, Acer has come from behind to secure a winning feature.
The tablet will don Google’s open source Android OS, although details on which variant have yet to be revealed. In fact, there is little else known about the phantom tab, which was briefly teased leading up to the CES trade show in Las Vegas.