Apple iPad Mini Officially Announced
Smaller, Lighter, With LTE Support
by Karl Bode 05:50PM Tuesday Oct 23 2012 Tipped by IowaCowboy
Apple today announced the release of the iPad mini
. The device, which is smaller (7.9 inch) and lighter (0.68 pounds) than its larger cousin, comes in two colors and is available in 16, 32, and 64 gigabyte versions. The price starts at $329 for a Wi-Fi only version and $459 for a version with an DC-HSDPA and LTE radio. That's a $130 premium just for LTE connectivity, and this is the first time Sprint's allowed in on the iPad fun, now that it supports LTE on the company's 1900MHz band. The device is going to compete with other 7" tablets that are available in Android flavors. Apple is taking pre-orders and the device will be released at a later date. Apple also announced revisions to its iMac, Mac Mini, and also announced a 13" MacBook Pro with retina display.
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|reply to elios |
Re: Comapre the iPad Mini; Google Nexus 7; Kindle Fire HD
Total MINI Fail.
784k pixels on a nearly 8" screen.
Nexus 7 has 1 million pixels.
It all about the pixels.
Oh and it costs less. Oh and its quadcore.
Just think about this: If it was anything else besides iOS & Apple you would have reviewers saying these specs blow, especially for the price.