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Which size tablet screen would you prefer:I know we all have different uses for our gadgets, but I would like to know how you feel about the different screen sizes & why.It is more a survey of screen aspect ratio preferences, but I realize that your preference may vary by the size of the device. Cheers,kevBTW you can vote for more than one if you just want to show preferred aspect ratio for a given device size rather than how big you want the device. Does that make sense?
 

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I like the M003's 8" size and Screen rez of 800x600 but need a device with more ram, faster cpu, GPU etc.We may be in luck shortly a TCC8902 based device being released. (Was mentioned in the blog area)
 

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voted for 8" 4:3, which to me is more practical. I am looking for a tablet for viewing videos, comic books and browsing the web. With the 8" 4:3 aspect ration, I still have a wider screen for my 16:9 movies in landscape mode. In portrait mode, I have more real estated for web pages and comic books which should mean that I do not have to side scroll.
 

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4:3 is what books have as aspect ratio, and webpages read better on 4:3. 16:9 is better for movies, unless your in portrait mode and I'll have to push your DPI higher to get at least 800x1420 screen resolution on a smaller screen. Screen resolution is very important, consider iPhone 4G is 640x960 is only 3.5" is between 16:9 and 4:3 at 3:2. Now imagine 800x1420 7" 16:9 screen, it would work great for landscape movie viewing, and surfing in portrait mode. It would be like putting 2x M003 in landscape mode (800x1200) and web surfing, or 3x M001 stacked in landscape mode (800x1440).
 

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7" 16:9 for me. I use my slate for browsing, reading (books, comics) and i'm okay with 16:9 also a device with 7" screen is portable enough.
 
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