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Thin and boasts front and rear cameras.
FaceTime video chat.
3G options for both AT&T and Verizon.
Good browser, smooth, easy to use interface.
Plenty of great applications and games.
Big, gorgeous screen.
Works with current iPhone/iPod touch apps.
Up to a 64GB of memory (and 8 hours of battery life) in a slim package.
Movies, music, internet and more.
The most natural email and web viewer on the planet.
Optimized apps games look and play beautifully.
Killer virtual keyboard.
Photo quality is mediocre.
There's still no Adobe Flash suppor.
Ports for HDMI, USB, and SD all require adapters.
Too heavy for single-handed use.
Apps are much more expensive compared to iPhone's.
No video chat.
Expensive Look and Feel.
Limited as a gaming platform.
By ZOMGitsCj on March 17, 2011
So, a lot of peeps have been asking me abut the iPad 2, many of them owners of the Original Apple iPad.Just incase you’re wondering what’s the new iPad 2 all about, here’s a quick rundown.All together, the main new features are:The Front facing VGA...
By cnet on March 12, 2011
The iPad 2 refines an already excellent product. Its easy-to-use interface, vast app catalog, and marathon battery life bolster Apple's claim to being the king of...
By InfoWorld on March 03, 2011
Apple's iPad singlehandedly created a new form of computing in 2010 and, in the process, launched the year of the tablet. Not coincidentally, 2011 is the year that everyone else is trying to catch up -- while Apple is moving its iPad to the next...
By CIOL on February 12, 2011
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By TechTree on February 07, 2011
Even though the iPad may be on its way out in a few months in some countries it still has a lot of life left in it. In fact, it was never in a better condition. The firmware has matured considerably and you now have features like multitasking and...
By NotebookCheck on January 29, 2011
The iPad continued to wow us throughout the long-term test. No hidden flaws became apparent in the hardware, and we still like it just as described in our original review. The new iOS 4 represents a significant improvement, thanks especially to the...
By TechEye on January 24, 2011
8/10. It's a very expensive but essentially fun toy. Not quite mobile, not quite PC, but engaging anyway. External linkswww.expansys.com , www.expansys.com , www.expansys.com , www.expansys.com Share thisMore We take a dekko at an HP Mini 210...
By mashable.com on January 21, 2011
The iPad 3G hit stores and customer mailboxes on Friday afternoon, but how does this slightly modified model compare against the original? Is the ability to use 3G worth the extra $130 per model? After spending the weekend using the iPad 3G and...
By Zath UK on January 19, 2011
Overall, is an Apple iPad or any tablet device worth buying? – Well if you can justify the expense to yourself – which given I don’t have a netbook means that like Apple suggested when they announced it, I do see the iPad as a netbook...
By Pocket PC Central on January 09, 2011
If you want 3G connectivity on your iPad, you should probably get a tablet with the necessary hardware built-in. But if you live in an area where Verizon offers good coverage and AT&T coverage is spotty, this is a viable option. And because the...
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