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+ - "Nano-Pixels" Hold Huge Potential For Flexible, Low-Power, High-Res Screens->

Submitted by Zothecula
Zothecula writes: The Retina displays featured on Apple's iPhone 4 and 5 models pack a pixel density of 326 ppi, with individual pixels measuring 78 micrometers. That might seem plenty good enough given the average human eye is unable to differentiate between the individual pixels, but scientists in the UK have now developed technology that could lead to extremely high-resolution displays that put such pixel densities to shame.
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