Posted: 2012-11-11 @ 2:01pm PT
Overpriced 2 year old device. Need to keep up with the times. ifollowers just wasting money, should wait for upgrade in a few months.
Posted: 2012-11-11 @ 12:39pm PT
I think that people should buy the New Ipad mini because its lighter, and more purseable. Easier to carry around and its good for your money :)
Posted: 2012-11-11 @ 12:35pm PT
Many potential Mini iPads buyers I think may be waiting for a better screen and 3G Connection --Two other "No Contract" Android tablets with built-in 3G/4G launch this month and one of the first web sites to offer these new models is TabletSprint - One Android tablet, the P763 is manufactured by Pipo electronics and is nicely priced at $199 and is a 7 inch tablet with built-in 3G Wireless capability through any GSM carrier (in U.S., T-Mobile and AT&T) along with GPS and Bluetooth functionality -- and nicely priced $100 less than highly anticipated Nexus 7 (3G) which will retail for $299 and the iPad Mini LTE at $459. The Pipo P763 offers impressive features and holds up against the others -- Also expected later this month is an Android device called the W30 HD by Ramos Technology -- a 10 inch tablet with built in 3G that takes on both the new Nexus 10 and iPad with equal features at nearly half the price -- that includes the latest Quad Core performance-powerhouse, the Samsung Exynos 4212. 1.4 GHz processor; as well as a high resolution, 1920 X 1200 Liquid Crystal screen (comparable to iPad Retina display). Worth checking out & comparing - at TabletSprint
Posted: 2012-11-11 @ 12:02pm PT
The new Mini iPad isn't the only new tablet released this month -- the Novo 7 Flame 32GB also just launched - which offers an impressive 7 Inch tablet priced at $189 at a site called TabletSprint -- The Novo 7 Flame Android tablet is sleek and compact and offers a 1280x800 High Resolution screen, Dual Core CPU, 32GB Memory, MicroSD portable storage, an HDMI connection to your TV with full 1080p (HD) that's great for movie downloads, a 5-megapixel Rear Camera with AF & LED Flash and a 2 MP webcam; Plus great connection- Bluetooth, WiFi, Ethernet, and options for 3G. The tablet is made by Ainol Electronics, which received a "Best Tablet of the Year" award at CNET Consumer Electronics Show 2012- Two other models are also being released in November and both offer 10-inch displays with high resolution screens; one includes most features as above, with a Dual Core CPU and a 1280x800 display for $220; and a similar model that offers most features of the new Nexus 10 - Plus an even more powerful Quad Core CPU; and a 1920x1200 Liquid Crystal display (like Apple's Retina screen) for $270. All provide pretty nice specs and pricing and one of the first online sites to offer these new models is TabletSprint -- which also offers with each tablet an option for a free 3G/4G 500MB monthly data plan with full internet access/VoIP calling in the U.S. -- Certainly worth checking out and reviewing --
Posted: 2012-11-11 @ 11:08am PT
The reason why i chose ipad mini rather than ipad is that i really don't care so much about the screen, the mini's screen is enough for most people, what you do on ipad really? most of us were not film producer or some crazy photo lover. Also, kindle or google's tablet sounds good but, if they all run IOS 6, i maybe want them. IOS is the best, the app it supports is far more than any other company can make.