Visualized: 100 Retina display iPads sit down at the dinner table...

Visualized: 100 Retina display iPads sit down at the dinner table...

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New What if you took 3.1 million pixels, per iPad, and then crammed 100 (or so) of them on a table at WWDC? You'd have a pretty insane, super-connected Retina table. Also, it'd cost at least $50,000 to replicate what you're seeing. You know -- just in case the thought...
Visualized: 100 Retina display iPads sit down at the dinner table...
           

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