April 8, 2014
Samsung is out with new ads for its Galaxy Pro tablets. Once again, the South Korean-based company uses the occasion to bash Apple’s top-selling iPad. http://youtu.be/mdoctWh7X_0 “Pixel Density” criticizes the iPad Air’s Retina display by noting the Galaxy Pro tablet has a better screen resolution. According to the ad, the new Tab Pro 10.1 2014 tablet includes a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 with 299 PPI. By comparison, the iPad’s screen resolution is 2,048 x 1,536 with 264 PPI. “Multi User,” not surprisingly, focuses on the iPad’s inability to have multiple user accounts. http://youtu.be/L0bwRRxfuIk Both ads are the latest in a series of videos that take a swipe at Apple's iPad. Some of the ads also criticize the Microsoft Surface and Amazon’s Kindle tablets. See also: Apple Calls On Samsung Once Again To Make Things Right, Higher Income Earners Are More Likely To Select An iPhone, and How Does The Samsung Galaxy S5 Compare To Apple’s iPhone 5s?