iPad Mini both delights and disappoints

But I'm disappointed by the Mini's high price, width, relatively low-resolution screen and a processor that's slower than the one in the bigger iPad. In many ways it feels like a typical first-generation Apple device: a fine product, but one with obvious shortcomings that the company will almost certainly address with future updates.


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belarus94
belarus94 Nov 03, 2012
Just came from Apple store. All I can say that it is overpriced. There is no way I will be paying over $350 for this mini version. I have 3rd gen iPad and will keep it. May be when Apple has refurb stock for $200, then I'd get one.
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FibroMom
FibroMom Nov 03, 2012
Thanks - so has asked for an iPad for Christmas and I have been going back and forth as to which to get - this article help me a lot with knowing WHAT I am looking at! :)
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encorez
encorez Nov 03, 2012
I am thinking about the Nexus 10,,,,,,$399
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wdjdac
wdjdac Nov 03, 2012
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encorez
encorez Nov 03, 2012
http://dealspl.us/Tablet_deals/p_nexus-7-32gb-wifi-mobile-data-unlocked-google-play
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wdjdac
wdjdac Nov 03, 2012
This will work perfectly with T-mobile and they're cheap prepaid data plans.
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rd995
rd995 Nov 02, 2012
they say the new kindle fire hd is has better specs and better price too
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krmills1
krmills1 Nov 02, 2012
Too expensive for a smaller sized, I was hoping for a $249 price tag.
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