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Queen Chrysalis has returned! Our ponies have no time to horse around, as they set off to rescue their friends from Chrysalis kingdom. What magical adventures await them, and where the heck is Princess Celestia? (ComicBookResources)
What the fuck does a 10.1 inch screen really mean? We did the math so you don’t have to.
With so many choices out there, choosing a tablet for reading your digital comics is a major pain in the ass. We all know the dimensions of a standard comic book page - 6.625” by 10.25” - but what are the dimensions of a 9.7” iPad screen, a 7” Google Nexus screen, a 10.1” Galaxy Tab, or an 8.9” Kindle Fire HD? The information isn’t readily available. The measurement posted in most product descriptions is the diagonal size of the screen, but that doesn’t translate easily to width and height dimensions. And, without those dimensions, it is nearly impossible to compare these tablets for the purpose of reading digital comics…