iPad Mini Unveiled But Green Bean Buddy Shares It's "Pricy"
Apple revealed its latest iPad tablet last October 23, 2012. However, compared with other two top computer tablets, technology news website Green Bean Buddy shared that it's much pricier.
New York (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Technology giant Apple has revealed its new iPad Mini yesterday, October 23, 2012. In an event in California, foxnews.com said that the company debuted the latest version of its iPad. However, GreenBeanBuddy commented that the mini tablet is too “pricy”.
Based on the foxnews report, iPad mini will also run all the software designed for its bigger predecessors. So basically, it is smaller but just as powerful as the full-sized versions. But with its features of 7.9-inch touch screen, 10-hour battery life, 308g weight and 7.2 mm thinness, it is easier to carry around.
Nonetheless, compared with Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Google Nexus, iPad mini is of higher price. According to a separate report from techradar.com, its wi-fi version price starts at £269 or $329. On the other hand, its cellular version cost begins with £369, which is roughly $590.
Here's an excerpt from the post Apple Reveals iPad Mini by GreenBeanBuddy.com.
“The highly-anticipated iPad mini was finally revealed. In an Apple event in California, the new device was launched to the delight of Apple fans. And with its soon entry to the market, the competition among computer tablets is expected to get heated.
Featuring a smaller touch screen at 7.9 inch, the new version of iPad fits right into its user's palm. It is lighter as well, weighing only at 308g. And compared with other tablets, its battery life could last for 10 hours. It got a resolution of 1,024 x 768 and thinness of 7.2 mm. In other words, it presents a more powerful and portable tablet computer.”
According to technology news website GreenBeanBuddy.com, Apple did it again with its iPad mini. It said that it introduced another great device that syncs power and portability. However, it also asserted that it's too pricy than its competitors. And that, as it commented, could threaten Apple's dominance of the tablet market.
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