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Before you click the 'Put to cart' button, better listen what tech experts got to say about the iPad 2.
Two days have passed since iPad 2 landed on the hands of the eagar consumers. Prior to its release, people already know what makes this device supreme among other tablets in the market.
But before you ditch your original iPad and grab the iPad 2, hear what tech experts have to say about the newest member of the Apple family.
Joshua Topolsky for Engadget said:
Pictures don’t quite do the iPad 2 justice — it feels really, really great in your hands. Not only does the construction give it a feeling of heft and permanence, but the thin profile combined with the new, tapered edges make holding the device a real joyRead the rest of the article »
iPad vs iPad 2. Round 1, Fight!
There’s no stopping the iPad 2 now. Although we’ve been allured with all the glitz and glamor of the shiny new Apple tablet Steve Jobs has unveiled over at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, we now go underneath it all and check if the iPad 2 is a worthy heir to the iPad. And yes, we’re a tad disappointed that the LCD resolution didn’t get the upgrade it deserves, the iPad 2 still has some pretty decent bumps including a wicked 1GHz dual-core plus a sleeker and lighter design.
Hit the break for a comparision of the specs!Read the rest of the article »
The Apple iPad 2 is in the building and soon in your hands when it starts shipping March 11.
They worked it and they made it. Apple has once again outdone themselves as none other than Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils the much anticipated iPad 2 tablet. it’s lighter with 0.2 pounds less than the original iPad; thinner with 33% less thickness; faster with a 1GHz dual-core processor; and stronger the iOS version 4.3 plus front and rear cameras and optional AT&T and Verizon models.
It’s everything we could have wanted (except for the LCD resolution which still remains at 1024×768) from the original iPad and then some Apple thunders the world of tablets once again with the iPad 2. Get your credit cards ready because the tablet will ship on March 11, 2011, less than two weeks from now.
Check out the complete specs after the break!Read the rest of the article »
iPad 2 is making an official appearance this March 2! Mark your calendars and check out Apple's newest champion in the tablet wars.
Tired of the endless rumors looming around cyberspace? We are, too. But take arms as All Things D sparks a strong rumor that Apple will announce the iPad 2 at their much-anticipated event on March 2. Of course, we’ll also most likely to see some inside scoop of your favorite Apple devices including the refreshed MacBook Pro line-up.
The iPad 2 has been going around for a long while now, with rumors going as far as the eye can see. But practicality demands a little more humility for the successor of the highly successful iPad tablet as recent reports suggest that the iPad 2 will be a thinner but more powerful model of the iPad. The tablet will equip one of Qualcomm’s multimode chips and will run on both GSM and CDMA-based networks; it will also have a front-facing camera plus a Facetime video chat support.Read the rest of the article »
iPad 2 is going to be bigger and better, or atleast that's what the rumors are leading to.
We’re pretty sure Apple fans are tingling with joy at the moment. Thanks to AppleInsider and MIC Gadget, the world now lays its eyes on these iPad 2 case photographs. Reported that the cases were probably manufactured in China, the iPad 2 case indicated that we may be having a tablet with a rear-facing camera, an SD card slot, and a mysterious opening at the top that is rumored to be a Mini DisplayPort.
Why do we need a Mini DisplayPort in the first place? AppleInsider states that the port might be used to “support full resolution monitor like the Apple 27-inch LED display” and would “enable iPad 2 to be used as a very high resolution external display by any Mac with mini DisplayPort output.”
Hit the break to see more photos of the rumored iPad 2 case!Read the rest of the article »
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