Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch

Dan Seifert, The Verge:

Amazon’s always touted the displays on its tablets, and the screen it’s using on the HDX 8.9 is a doozy. At a ridiculous 2560 x 1600-pixel resolution and 339ppi, it’s either higher-resolution or more pixel-dense than virtually any other tablet on the market. It also has great viewing angles, excellent color reproduction, and high brightness levels. It’s really just a great screen, whether you’re gaming, watching video, or reading text — it’s right up there with, if not better than, the Retina display on the iPad Air.

Andy Ihnatko, TechHive:

The 2560-by-1600-pixel screen features the by-now-customary “better than the human eye” 339-ppi density, and the image quality is further enhanced with what Amazon promises is “100 percent sRGB color accuracy.”

The improvement is hard to fully appreciate unless you lay the HDX side-by-side with the Air, but it’s a gorgeous display with rich contrast, and the improvement is noticeable. This is probably the best screen I own for watching movies.

These reviews are right in line with Raymond Soneira’s display test results: The Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch has the best tablet display today.