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Apple iPad Wi-Fi + 3G, 32GB 32GB 3G Black,White tablet

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iPad 32GB Wi-Fi, 3G, 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, LED 9.7", 1024x768
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Apple iPad iPad Wi-Fi + 3G, 32GB, 24.6 cm (9.7"), 1024 x 768 pixels, 32 GB, 1 GHz, 3G, Black, White
Long summary description Apple iPad Wi-Fi + 3G, 32GB 32GB 3G Black,White tablet :

Apple iPad iPad Wi-Fi + 3G, 32GB. Display diagonal: 24.6 cm (9.7"), Display resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels. Internal storage capacity: 32 GB. Processor frequency: 1 GHz. 3G. Weight: 730 g. Colour of product: Black, White

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30
Testseek has collected 323 expert reviews for Apple iPad Wi-Fi + 3G, 32GB and the average expert rating is 82 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
82%
Source Review comments Score
photoanswers.co.uk
Updated:
2013-05-24
Apple has done it again – launched another product before you’ve even had a chance to save up for the last one. This time it’s the new iPad. As with the previous version, the sleek design and lack of buttons is what makes this a great-looking piece of...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
The iPad upgrades the casual and puzzle games that looked great on the iPhone and introduces a slew of hi-def, high-speed and 3D titles, while the sensitive accelerometer also allows Wii-style shenanigans. Not such a resounding roar when it comes to t...
Good Superb 9.7in multi-touch screen. Fast renders with gigahertz chip. Dazzling iPad apps. Decent built-in speakers...
Bad Audio hiccups with iPod app. No USB or memory ports. Screen’s a fingerprint magnet. Apps change location when screen re-orientates...
Bottom line Dizzying, dazzling and debonair, Apple’s must-have iPad is simply the best gadget you don’t really need...
100%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
While ‘fanboys' and ‘haters' continue to bicker about the merits and flaws of 's iPad, one important question remains: what is it actually for?After all, here's a device that's essentially an that's too big to be considered a portable media player, ye...
Good Beautifully made, big screen, sound is good through speakers and excellent via headphones...
Bad Speakers are too quiet, attracts fingerprints, still no Flash support...
100%
uk.askmen.com
Updated:
2014-05-15
Though rumours once had the iPad looking like half of a MacBook, it just looks like a really big iPod touch , wrapped around a 1-GHz Apple A4 chip. Multitouch and drop-down menus are major components of the iPad. Everything -- from creating proposals to c...
95%
letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2011-09-14
T he Apple iPad… There it is, after months of rumors and speculations with Steve Jobs’ keynote speech, last January, as the highlight, Apple’s newest product is on our desk, to play the leading role in this Apple iPad review. With unknown strategic pre...
Bottom line After having worked, or rather, having played with the iPad for a short time, the question remains about what kind of effect the iPad will have in the long run. After discussions with some of the first iPad users, among others, it seems that the iPad...
92%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Of course, it was hyped and ripped before it even had a name, and after it was announced, it was both praised and panned. Apple’s iPad has been the subject of debates about the future of technology and media, and massive speculation about whether peopl...
Bottom line The iPad is a wholly new product, though it will be familiar to anyone who has used an iPhone or iPod touch over the past couple of years. It is simultaneously a futuristic gadget the likes of which we’ve never seen before and a version-one device that...
90%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
While it might seem that Wired's review of the iPad is a tad overdue, our tardiness is not without reason. Apple makes perfect honeymoon devices; glossy, glamorous, luxury items that purr with interactivity and effortless sophistication as soon as they...
90%
gadgetspeak.com
Updated:
2013-05-24
While various versions of the Apple iPad have been around for a while their PR in the UK is less than happy to let journalists review their kit, so it falls upon others to loan out their kit, in this case it was T-Mobile who loaned the unit...
88%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
The problem of choice when buying an iPad is compounded not just by the size of the storage, but the issue of whether or not to shell out an additional hundred quid for the 3G version. It's not as simple as the choice between an iPod Touch and an iPhon...
Bottom line The iPad 3G has a reasonable touchscreen keyboard – certainly one that’s much easier to use than that on the iPhone, for all but the shortest messages – and the ability to remain in e-mail and Twitter contact, wherever you are, is, for some, a major c...
85%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
After months of build-up, we finally have an Apple iPad in our hands. But is this really going to create a new category of portable between a smartphone and a laptop, or is it a beautiful piece of hardware that will soon be doubling up as a fancy tea t...
Bottom line After all the hype, we can finally decide for ourselves. Read our full review and find out what we like and don't like about Apple's iPad...
83%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-26
The most important part of any tablet, whatever the quad-core brigade may say, is the screen. Unlike any internal component, the screen is what you'll still be noticing a week after your purchase, the part upon which all of your attention is focused. Upgr...
83%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
After months of build-up, we finally have an Apple iPad in our hands. But is this really going to create a new category of portable between a smartphone and a laptop, or is it a beautiful piece of hardware that will soon be doubling up as a fancy tea t...
Bottom line It's no laptop replacement, but there is an argument for it as a secondary device. If you can live with the flaws, you'll find a beautiful gadget that manages to be that rare thing: a piece of technology that's fun...
83%
kitguru.net
Updated:
2011-09-14
‘Apple’ — It is a name synonymous with a strong emotional response. Never has a company evoked such a dramatic reaction from the enthusiast userbase – you either love ‘em or hate ‘em, there is little room for middle ground.I have been an Apple fan s...
Bottom line Recommended? yes please, ill have one...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
And so, the Apple iPad arrived. Probably the most hyped gadget since the iPhone, the iPad went on sale in the United States on 3 March and we've bagged one for a test.Apple doesn't manufacture category-creating products. Rather, it looks at an existing...
Good Fast processor, Perfect size, dimensions, Stellar video playback, Web surfing and email functionality well exceeds the iPhone's, Killer apps available - the promise of infinite apptastic riches to come...
Bad Virtual keyboard doesn't have layout options, No Flash support, No multitasking, No camera for video chat, 2x view of iPhone apps is crapola...
Bottom line And so, the Apple iPad arrived. Probably the most hyped gadget since the iPhone, the iPad went on sale in the United States on 3 March and we've bagged one for a test.Apple doesn't manufacture category-creating products. Rather, it looks at an existing...
80%
impulsegamer.com
Updated:
2011-11-06
The iPhone is definitely one of the most revolutionary and technological savvy devices created. You just have to walk down the street and you’ll notice quite a few people using them these days. This also includes the iPod Touch which features most of t...
80%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Australian review CNET.com's Donald Bell has written a fantastic and comprehensive review of the Apple iPad that we first published shortly after the tablet's US release, and after using the iPad we absolutely agree with his analysis. The design...
Bottom line The Apple iPad is the first affordable tablet computer worth owning, but it won't (yet) replace your laptop.
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
So, the iPad, the latest and talked-about gadget from It’s been talked of, hyped and critiqued by millions before it’s even hit the shops, reaching the top spot in the . It’s bemused many as to where it will fit into their lives. But before you get...
Good Wonderfully slick operation, Bright and ultra-responsive touchscreen, A thing of beauty...
Bad WiFi only at the moment, Screen vulnerable to glare...
Bottom line With it's fantastic screen, intuitive UI and innovative apps, the iPad is a joy to use. The simplicity wull appeal to the millions of people who find Windows - and Mac OS - mystifying.
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
The iPad is a new tablet-style computer from Apple – it is operated using its touch-sensitive screen.Unlike some similar computers there's no physical keyboard on the iPad. If you've seen or used an iPhone you'll immediately notice the similarity betwe...
Good Excellent screen; really easy to use; fantastic battery life; very fast...
Bad No physical keyboard; can start to feel heavy after a while...
Bottom line The iPad is an excellent computer but it’s not for everyone Good points Excellent screen; really easy to use; fantastic battery life; very fast Bad points No physical keyboard; can start to feel heavy after a while...
80%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
The iPad is a new tablet-style computer from Apple – it is operated using its touch-sensitive screen.Unlike some similar computers there's no physical keyboard on the iPad. If you've seen or used an iPhone you'll immediately notice the similarity betwe...
Good Excellent screen; really easy to use; fantastic battery life; very fast...
Bad No physical keyboard; can start to feel heavy after a while...
Bottom line The iPad is an excellent computer but it’s not for everyone...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
The iPad is probably the most overhyped portable computing device since the iPhone. Although it's tempting to dismiss Apple's 9.7in touchscreen tablet computer as nothing more than a large iPod Touch, it's much more than that thanks to its larger, high...
Bottom line The iPad can be both delightful and frustrating to use at the same time. Think carefully before buying, especially if you already own other portable computing devices...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
Even in the wake of such engineering feats as the unibody MacBook, it's hard not to be impressed by the iPad's solid feel when you lay hands on it. The aluminium case is curved on the back for comfort, while the 9.7in touchscreen display commands your...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
It was hyped and ripped before it even had a name, and after it was announced, it was both praised and panned. Apple’s iPad has been the subject of debates about the future of technology and media, and massive speculation about whether people will real...
Good Futuristic, cutting-edge, and innovative; vibrant app community give it a good future; genuinely a joy to use...
Bad Not going to stop you working on a laptop, for now...
80%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
ShareThe iPad 3G is finally on sale in the UK, but if you weren’t one of the hordes who queued to nab one on launch day last week, you may still be torn. Do you plump for the Wi-Fi only Apple slate and pocket the extra cash, or upgrade so you can t...
Good the iPod touch, but there’s no denying it can feel crippled when you’re outside of a WiFi hotspot, and the same is true of the WiFi iPad.But with a micro SIM slotted inside the iPad 3G, you’re no longer dependent on the flaky hotspot of whatever coffee shop you’re in to peruse your emails. Instead, you can open whatever app you want at anytime, without any limitations. Set up couldn’t be easier...
Bad OS limitations still a grind...
Bottom line If you're buying an iPad, you won't regret the option for 3G...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Since the Apple iPad hit the UK on Friday, worldwide sales stand at . But with WiFi and 3G versions available, what should you go for? Let’s start by saying the iPad is unlike any tablet you’ve used before. The extra real estate the 9.7in screen p...
Good 3G makes the iPad truly portable, Wide range of rolling contracts available, Fast downloads...
Bad Screen is hard to see if you're thinking of browsing outside, 64GB version is very expensive...
Bottom line It's nowhere near as flexible as the iPhone, but on-the-move capability makes the 3G iPad worth serious consideration if you've got the cash.
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
There are two ways I could write this Apple iPad review: the pessimistic way or the optimistic way. For a device that has polarised the gadget community as to whether it is the "second coming" or merely "sucks", the thing that both approaches have in...
Good Watch movies, play games, read books, great screen...
Bad Will cost you to fill it with useful stuff, can't multitask yet, limited to what Apple offers you...
Bottom line A fantastic device that is an emotional luxury. But be warned it will need feeding with content to keep you entertained and justify its existence...
80%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
If the Apple iPad is an iPod touch on steroids, then the Apple iPad 3G is very nearly a pumped-up iPhone. It’s got the iPhone’s wickedly fast, smart GPS, a built-in 3G data connection that hands over smoothly with Wi-Fi and day-long battery life. You c...
Good Seamless, affordable 3G. Excellent GPS. Lighter than a laptop. Easy to use.
Bad Slippery and fragile for portable use. Very glossy screen. Lacks ports and expandability.
Bottom line Status symbol tech that’s bigger, smarter and faster than the iPhone – but certainly not more practical...
80%
techeye.net
Updated:
2011-09-14
Product Apple iPad 64gb RRP £694.00 Specs www.expansys.com About a year on from the iPad's original release and TechEye is late off the mark. We've finally, finally, finally had a chance to play at length on Apple's shiny luxury gizmo. Everything you...
Bottom line 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 SymbolNa...
80%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
Which Version? As with the iPhone, Apple's iPad will be available in several different versions, with varying capacities (16/32/64 GB), but also with different connectivity options. In total, six models of iPad have been launched, three Wi-Fi versions...
Good Pluses, Design / Quality of the screen, Easytouse interface / Fast, responsive navigation, Application store, Web browsing, Battery life...
Bad Minuses, All the optional kits and adapters that aren't included but often necessary, Screen glare and fingerprints, Weight, Video: no DivX compatibility file conversion required, Internet: no Flash compatibility...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Wi-Fi may be plentiful these days, but it's far from ubiquitous. A device like the iPad is just begging for always-on Internet access, whether it be for checking mail, surfing the Web, or even keeping up with your latest game of Words with Friends HD...
Good 16GB: 3G connection means Internet anywhere; No contract for 3G lets you pay à la carte; AT&T hotspot access is free with 3G service//32GB: 3G connection means Internet anywhere; No contract for 3G lets you pay à la carte; AT&T hotspot access is free with 3G service//64GB: 3G connection means Internet anywhere; No contract for 3G lets you pay à la carte; AT&T hotspot access is free with 3G servi...
Bad 16GB: 3G network sometimes spotty; Higher price tag; 3G burns battery faster//32GB: 3G network sometimes spotty; Higher price tag; 3G burns battery faster//64GB: 3G network sometimes spotty; Higher price tag; 3G burns battery faster...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
After many delays, the Apple iPad is now available in the UK in both 3G and W-Fi-only flavours. The model we're testing today is actually called the iPad Wi-Fi + 3G in full parlance, but iPad 3G will do for us. If you're hoping to get your hands on one...
Good Great user interface, Fantastic app experience, Great screen, HD video looks brilliant...
Bad Not convinced about the keyboard, It's pricey!, Tariffs not cheap either...
Bottom line After many delays, the Apple iPad is now available in the UK in both 3G and W-Fi-only flavours. The model we're testing today is actually called the iPad Wi-Fi + 3G in full parlance, but iPad 3G will do for us. If you're hoping to get your hands on one...
80%
webuser.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
Pros and ConsProduct Pros: + Great software + Pleasurable browsing+ Good size and shape for holding and carrying Product Cons: - Screen ratio not ideal for movies- Why does it have to be so expensive? When Apple's chief executive Steve Jobs appeared on...
80%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
on the Apple iPad It’s a bit of a paradox, the iPad. On the one hand, it’s neither a phone nor a camera; on the other, video and internet become massively enjoyable on that large screen. It’s not a complete replacement for a notebook, but we recko...
Good For Apple iPad, Email and web were made for the iPad, games look great and play smoothly, the operating system is solid, speedy and ohsoeasy to use.
Bad for Apple iPad...
80%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
The iPad has had a strange effect on my life. The first month as a tablet owner is a lot like being a new parent. There are soaring highs, as well as long periods of frustration and crashing lows. Apple’s new baby was a joy to welcome into my life...
Good Just as enchanting as the day it first arrived...
Bad Those initial niggles don't wear off...
Bottom line What the iPad does, it does well, but there's an overwhelming sense that Apple's tablet has yet to reach its true potential...
80%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
The Apple iPad is an unprecedented device. It doesn't shoot rainbows or make puppies, but this roughly 8-by-10in. tablet computer melds your notebook, smartphone, gaming console and iPod into a single, unfortunately-named thing. Of course, we come to y...
Good A netbook, ebook reader, gaming device, photo frame and iPod rolled into an elegant supergadget, Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi, movie rentals, 10 hours of battery life, optional mobile broadband and the most celebrated App Store on the planet...
Bad The iPad's large size is as much a hindrance as it is an advantage...
Bottom line Apple's iPad, now available for preorder in the UK, is the first tablet computer worth owning, but it won't (yet) replace your notebook.…...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
Curse those Icelanders and their volcanoes. I wasn’t surprised when Apple delayed the iPad's UK launch, as friends in the US had told me that the initial shipments in their local Apple Stores had sold out very quickly. iPad: touchy-feely like only Appl...
Bottom line Like any 1.0 product, the iPad has its rough edges, the worst being the erratic Wi-Fi reception. However, the basic design is spot on. It’s small enough to be portable and comfortable to use, yet large enough to work really well for tasks such as web...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
The iPad is being hailed as the future of computing by the Apple army. Anyone used to using an iPod Touch or iPhone 3G, will be instantly at home – the touchscreen experience is utterly familiar, although the user experience is something completely new...
Good There's no denying that the iPad really looks the business – it uses its expansive screen to let information be displayed in all its glory. It’s an althogether more relaxing, more comfortable experience than the iPod Touch or iPhone. Reading e-Books through Apple’s iBooks app is snappy and enjoyable. The backlit LCD screen, while less natural-feeling than a paper tome, is still natural enough to...
Bad There are flaws underneath the iPad’s slinky shell. For a start, Apple’s e-mail system lacks true file support, which makes using the iPad as a serious laptop replacement a no-no for the time being. When it comes to browsing the web, the iPad is also left out by its lack of Flash support. Skipping through pages might look great at first, but closer inspection reveals a few disappointments such as...
Bottom line OK, so under that gorgeous skin and updated interface, the iPad really is a gigantic iPod Touch, or an iPhone without the calling abilities and it has the same flaws a sboth these devices. But we love our iPod apps, and the iPad gives them space to gro...
80%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
It’s just a few weeks to go until the official UK iPad pre-order kicks off, but should you buy one? Find out in our full Apple iPad review...
Good Thirdparty iPad apps are already great, luxurious screen...
Bad Lack of Flash support is disappointing...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Apple's iPad is finally here. Neither a smartphone nor a laptop, the iPad is Apple's attempt to create a new category of device that sits in between the two. It's expensive, there are plenty of hardware flaws and missing features, and there is a lack of content, but the iPad remains a very entertaining device and it is a nice glimpse into the future of media consumption.Aesthetically, the Apple iPad really is an oversized iPod Touch. It features the same, single-button front fascia, and a si...
Good Design, outstanding screen, App Store, excellent battery life, impressive performance, works with existing iPhone apps, great digital photo frame...
Bad Holding and typing is awkward, display smudges easily, screen almost impossible to see in direct sunlight, no USB port, no SD card reader, no camera, Web browser doesn’t support Flash, currently limited content...
Bottom line The iPad isn’t magical, as much as Apple wants you to believe this is the case. It is, however, a very entertaining device that’s currently being held back by a lack of content and a number of missing features. The iPad will only get better and will u...
75%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
Not too terribly long ago the internet was awash with rumors of an Apple tablet. Everyone was talking about it; what was it going to look like? What would it be like to use? We all had our theories. For the record; when we thought about it we alway...
Bottom line Now, I am sure that many of you will read this and feel that it is a slam on the iPad. After all, I have covered many of the shortcomings of the product. But still, the iPad is not all bad. There are many items that are very good and many more that...
72%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
Update: Check out our iPad Air and iPad mini 2 Retina Readers' Choice: Product of the Year TrustedReviews iPad Podcast ----It makes a refreshing change to review a product that can't be pigeon-holed. Apple's iPad, which has reached levels of mainstream pu...
Bottom line There are two conclusions to be made about the Apple iPad. As a product you could buy, it's a tempting but ultimately unconvincing device. Anyone with a particular penchant for Apple, or enough money to burn and a love of shiny tech, are likely to buy int...
70%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
Apple aims to kick-start the perennially faltering tablet PC market with the iPad and, while it has a number of faults, it undeniably provides a new take on what was once deemed an all-but-dead market.IPads will be available for pre-order from Monday 1...
Good Fast processor; excellent screen...
Bad No external storage or peripheral connectivity; applications can be loaded only through the App Store; cut down operating system...
Bottom line The iPad offers a new way of viewing data for businesses. The style isn't just skin deep, and a number of applications do their bit to sell the usability of the device. The problem lies in the restrictive nature of the design and application ecosystem...
60%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
Bottom line The iPad is a great tool if you only need the capabilities of an iPhone with a large screen. Sure, email and the browser excel here, but to make it perfect for everything else, it needs much better security and you’ll have to purchase the extra dock an...
50%
whatlaptop.techradar.com
Updated:
2011-09-14
Following the announcement on Wednesday of Apple's long rumoured and awaited iPad tablet, our colleagues at TechRadar had the opportunity to have a hands-on look at the stylish new device in San Francisco and first impressions are positive.Its design...
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pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-06
PC World’s Coding Tips contributor James Sugrue shares his experience of living with an imported iPad. Hopefully, by the time you read this the iPad will be available in New Zealand. I’ve been lucky enough to have one since they were released in the U...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
We had the opportunity to spend some hands-on time with the long-awaited Apple iPad tablet after the much-hyped press event. Here is our first review of the Apple iPad. Unfortunately, we were underwhelmed: we can see a lot of really useful applicati...
Bottom line Right now, we're not sold on either the Apple iPad hardware or the software. But excellent, optimised content might change our opinion. Bookmark this URL and check back for updates as we get more face time with the Apple iPad. Melissa J Perenson...
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Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
The physical differences between the Apple iPad 3G and Wi-Fi aren't many, but they are there. CNET's Donald Bell guides us through what 3G buyers can expect. (Credit: Donald Bell/CNET) One of the tell-tale signs that you're holding a 3G version of the...
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geekzone.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-06
The Apple iPad launched to great success in the United States, with confirmed sales of over 300,000 units on its first shipping day. All around the world people are waiting for this mobile device, one that “[iPad] is our most advanced technology in a m...
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smh.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Video review: Reviewers at both papers said the tablet computer, which goes on sale in the US on Saturday and in Australia late this month, works nicely for web surfing or using media such as video and books, but it may appeal less to people who need laptops for...
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smh.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Video review: Steve Jobs intrigued me in his slow, showman-like presentation Wednesday when he said the $US499-and-up iPad is "so much more intimate than a laptop and so much more capable than a smart phone." The comparison to an iPhone makes sense, given the mini...
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smh.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Steve Jobs intrigued me in his slow, when he said the $US499-and-up iPad is "so much more intimate than a laptop and so much more capable than a smartphone." The comparison to an iPhone makes sense, given the minimalist silver-and-black style of the...
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macworld.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Unlike the iPhone, which Apple kept under such tight guard at its introduction that only a few special types got to touch it for a few minutes, there were iPads aplenty available immediately following the . As a result, members of the media—including t...
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stuff.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-06
After just an hour with an iPad, I came away with a preliminary verdict: Despite some flaws, this is one slick device. Steve Jobs intrigued me in his slow, showman-like presentation Wednesday when he said the US$499 (NZ$700)-and-up iPad is "so much mor...
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macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
Unlike the iPhone, which Apple kept under such tight guard at its introduction that only a few special types got to touch it for a few minutes, there were iPads aplenty available immediately following the product’s introduction Wednesday. As a result...
Good We'll tell you when it's launched...
Bad We'll tell you when it's launched...
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gadgetrepublic.com
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2011-09-14
I've read scores of reviews, critiques, rants, love poems and salacious gossip about the Apple iPad, but believe me, all of these preconceived notions dissolve once you get the device in your hands. You forget the hype and just experience what it does...
Bottom line The iPad is not restricted to the busy tech enthusiast, the web-hungry teen or young adult, or the Apple fanboys and fangirls. Now that the netbook market is well and truly developed, we can see the appetite for lightweight web-friendly devices and you...
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siliconrepublic.com
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2011-09-14
First impressionsAlthough I only got the chance to play with the 16GB WiFi-only iPad (without dock) for an hour or so it was long enough to realise that as every week passes I may not only want it more but I may also have more use for. It's like Apple...
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tekgadg.com
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2015-03-26
The Wi-Fi only iPad mini has been out for 2 weeks and the 4G version comes out today. Should you buy the iPad mini? That wasn't a question, stop thinking. Let me tell you the reasons why should/shouldn't buy the iPad mini. Read on.VIDEO REVIEWSPECSREASONS...
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whattabletpc.com
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2015-01-01
The iPad 2 launched today. Should you invest in a brand new iPad or buy a cheaper 1st generation iPad and what does the new iPad 2 have that the iPad 1 doesn't?Video conferencingRear Facing CameraMore Powerful Processor and More MemoryLighterChoice of col...
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macworld.co.uk
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2015-01-01
Google has released a new Android-based tablet called the Google Nexus 7 which is making a few waves at the moment. Our friends on PC Advisor picked up an early unit, and we thought it best to take a look. The iPad has seen off a fair amount of competi...
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technologytell.com
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2011-09-14
Does it live up to the hype? Yes, yes it does.Following months of rumors about what it did or did not have, what it was called, and what functions it would actually perform, the iPad was unveiled January 27 by Apple, and has withstood early jokes abou...
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techsmart.co.za
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2014-03-20
Apple’s iPad may be a stellar device, but the company’s compatibility philosophy is letting it down.The hype surrounding Apple’s iPad tablet PC recently reached a fever pitch after the company reported record sales numbers for the device. Unfortunately...
Bottom line Although the iPad is a truly stellar piece of technology, compatibility issues caused us headaches and prevented us from really buying into Apple’s device. Despite this, the overall design and the media offering was a huge draw, and left us feeling a...
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apcmag.com
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2014-03-20
Please install the flash playerI’ve had an iPad in my hands for a week or two now, and I’ve been contemplating the various ways that it might be better, or worse, than a desktop machine or a laptop, as a business tool.In this context, by ‘business tool...
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knowyourmobile.com
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2014-03-20
When the Apple iPad was first announced, we wondered whether or not it would miss the mark in a feature entitled, Is the Apple iPad an iFail?. We also remarked that it was little more than an oversized iPod touch.Our initial feelings were essentially...
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T3.com
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2011-09-14
The Apple iPad finally goes on sale in the UK on Friday, and we can all agree that it's a sensational piece of gadgetry. But when it comes down to doling out £400+ on a tablet there's gotta be a pretty good reason why and, sadly in this day and age...
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whattabletpc.com
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2014-05-14
The iPad 1st Gen doesn't have the extensive specification of other tablets but the responsive screen, extensive range of high quality apps and intuitive, user centric software design make it stand out a long, long way. The fantastic battery life and excel...
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whattabletpc.com
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2014-05-14
After all the hype has died down and the dust has settled, what's left? The Apple iPad is a jack-of-all-trades but not a specialist at any of these as it has pros and cons in each area.It may look stylish… sort of. But good looks only get you so far and l...
Good Great iPodlike function and massive selection on iTunes, Same intuitive support from iTunes mechanism for getting music on the device, Can sync immediately with your existing iPod music library...
Bad Too big and heavy to replace iPod, Ships with very average headphone quality...
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itpro.co.uk
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2014-06-13
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T3.com
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2014-06-13
The Samsung Galaxy Tab was the biggest news to come out of the IFA 2010 tech fest with those returning home proclaiming that after a series of disappointments, this could be the tablet to finally end Apple's domination of the burgeoning new tech sec...
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uk.hardware.info
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2014-02-16
It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you want to buy a t...
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zath.co.uk
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2011-09-14
Nearly a year ago I wrote up a quick post about my Apple iPad pre-launch thoughts/questions as they were at that time about this new tablet device, would it be a netbook and Kindle replacement and whether I should buy one – given the questions posed ab...
Bottom line 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 replacement.Do I...
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zath.co.uk
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2011-09-14
The iPad has certainly taken the world by storm since it was released in the US back in April, and a further nine countries including the UK in May. It’s got a good number of mentions here at Zath since we were first introduced to the iPad at Apple’s a...
Bottom line All things considered, iOS 4.2 is a well needed, and well executed update to the iPad. Things can only get stronger as iOS 5 is introduced alongside the iPhone 5 next year, and one thing is certain: no tablet on the market, not even the best Android ta...
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EISA.eu
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2011-09-14
This revolutionary new product marks the beginning of a new era for publishing. Magazines and books can be published and read in digital form on an impressive 9.7” (24.63 cm) LCD LED-backlit, capacitive touch screen just 13.4mm deep. Not a computer, mo...
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channelpro.co.uk
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2011-10-28
It's no laptop replacement, but there is an argument for it as a secondary device. If you can live with the flaws, you'll find a beautiful gadget that manages to be that rare thing: a piece of technology that's fun. After months of build-up, we finally...
Bottom line The iPad is the first in a series of products that could transform the industry; we know HP is releasing its slate later this year, Dell is producing a 5in slate based on Google Android, and rumours abound that both Nokia and Samsung are producing iPad...
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itreviews.com
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2011-09-14
Want a giant iPhone that can't make calls? Happy to buy the first version of something before the manufacturer gets it quite right? You're going to love the iPad. Looking for a funky alternative to a low-cost laptop for a bit of e-mail, web surfing an...
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T3.com
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2011-09-14
It’s been years in the hyping and months in the waiting but Apple’s supersized Touch, sorry, ‘magical and revolutionary’ tablet is here at last. We got our hands on one of the very first production iPads to hit the stores in America, so read on f...
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digitalone.com.sg
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2011-09-14
Out of the box, the sleek tablet has a glossy black bezel, which prevents accidental touching of the screen when I am holding it. Like the iPhone, a Home screen button at the bottom returns me to the main menu from any application. Volume control is on...
Good Bright screen displays great graphics; fast and responsive. Ereader experience close to that of reading a physical book...
Bad Screen is a fingerprint magnet, touch typing is uncomfortable. Too reflective in sunlight.
Bottom line A terrific entertainment device but does not replace the laptop...
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