After spending about a day with the new iPad, it's clear that Apple's third-generation tablet is an improvement over its two stellar predecessors.
Apps launch faster, websites load quicker and the camera actually takes good-looking pictures this time around thanks to a 5-megapixel rear shooter.
But there is no question that the best feature found in the new iPad is its display. With a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, and 3.1 million pixels in total spread across the screen, the new iPad's screen has a higher resolution screen than today's 1080p high definition TVs.
The device offers the sharpest, most impressive screen I've seen on any tablet, ever.
Looking at the display, I wasn't able to identify individual pixels until I placed a drop of water on the screen to magnify what sits below the iPad's glass face. If you've seen Apple's iPhone4 or iPhone 4S, you know what to expect, but seeing this quality of a screen on a tablet feels like a game changer.