The screen size of tablets is always specified in inches. This size defines the screen diagonal of a tablet. The screen diagonal is the distance between one corner of the screen and the diagonally opposite visible corner of the tablet. Outside the English-speaking world, meters and centimeters are used to measure distance. One inch corresponds to exactly 2.54 centimeters.
10 inches are 25.40 cm
This chart shows typical tablet sizes, starting with a screen diagonal of 7.9 inches up to the larger models with 12.9 inches. This gives you a better idea of the size ratios and allows you to compare how a tablet with a screen diagonal of 10 inches, i.e., the equivalent of 25.40 centimeters, looks compared to other tablet sizes.
Current tablets have displays between 7 inches and 13 inches
The typical screen sizes for tablets range from 7 inches to 13 inches. The following table shows some of the sizes of tablets available on the market.
|Tablet model||Screen diagonal||Width||Height|
|10.2 Inches||12.7 cm||22.6 cm|
|10.5 Inches||13.1 cm||23.2 cm|
|13 Inches||16.1 cm||28.8 cm|
|12.9 Inches||16.1 cm||28.6 cm|
|12.4 Inches||15.4 cm||27.5 cm|
How many cm is 10 inches?
10 inches is exactly 25.40 cm in the metric system.
Converter for all inch lengths for Tablets
We have developed a converter that allows you to convert all common formats from inches to cm for Tablets. In this calculator, we have preset your value to 10 inches (equivalent to 25.40 cm) by default.
10 Inches in Different Notations
Different spellings and abbreviations have become common for "inch." The following variants are known to us:
- 10″ in cm = 25.40 cm (centimeter)
- 10 in. in cm = 25.40 cm (centimeter)
- 10 inches in cm = 25.40 cm (centimeter)
Inch Conversion Formula
Admittedly, the conversion from inches to cm is not particularly complicated. If you multiply the 10 inches by the factor 2.54, you get the value in cm:
Length in cm = Length in inches × 2.54
In the concrete case:
25.40 cm = 10 inches × 2.54
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Last update on November 29, 2022
The pages of the 'Units of length' category were last editorially reviewed by Stefan Banse on November 29, 2022. They all correspond to the current status.
Previous changes on October 21, 2021
- November 5, 2020: Publication of the Length converter
- Editorial revision of all texts in this category