Thursday, November 22, 2012

iPad Mini - a perfect Pad for the rich

If you are wanting to go for iPad Mini - you are a 'rich' man with a perfect choice.

Yes, that is what exactly apple's iPad Mini consumers are since the device costs $329.99 - a price too high for this perfect Pad. But if you are not Apple hungry, then better alternatives are available in the market for far lesser price tags, like the Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD and Nook HD. But then its almost $170 cheaper than original iPad - isn't this a plus point?

The Nexus 7, iPad Mini, Nook HD, and Kindle Fire HD (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET)

However, in the iPad series, iPad Mini stands out being ultrathin, elegant and funtionality. But its lower resolution 7.9 inch non-Retina Display screen and a lesser robust A-5 processor makes one bit it less than other gadgets. The non-Retina Display lao means text that's less sharp.

But if we shut our eyes on its price tag, then one start to like the Mini thing. It is compact, thin, cute and very very light - something which many a consumer and user prefer.


The iPad Mini is a design shift from the iPad, and perhaps the biggest one in the iPad's entire history. Despite how popular the iPad's been, it's not really a device that's very comfortable to use when you're not sitting down or at a desk. It's a use-when-you-get-there device, or use-when-comfortably-seated. An iPhone or iPod Touch is truly mobile, and the iPad is only halfway there.

iPad Mini (Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)

The iPad Mini's extremely whittled-down side bezels are much less conspicuous than the larger iPad's bezels, which always made it resemble a MacBook screen that had floated away from its keyboard. The Mini truly feels like a large iPod Touch, which is exactly what we used to call the iPad back in 2010. It's far more apt now.

Well this just a part of the review I came across at C|net. Read the complete review with more photos/slide show here.

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