Apple iPad with Retina Display
Apple’s powerful, high-quality tablet
High performance hardware
Has the most accessories available
Both Wi-Fi-only and LTE mobile network models available
AS6X Dual-core 1.5GHz processor with quad-core graphics unit, 2048 x 1536 resolution 9.7” Display, 32GB Flash (16GB to 128GB options), 1GB RAM
Right from the start, there’s a lot to love about iPad. It’s simple yet powerful. Thin and light yet full-featured. It can do just about everything and be just about anything. And because it’s so easy to use, it’s easy to love.
iPad is the most popular tablet on the market. There are numerous benefits iPad offers due to its popularity including the extensive availability of applications and the wide variety of compatible accessories. A number of rugged cases and other peripherals such as keyboards are made specifically for it. The retina display is beautiful, the battery life is great, and it performed well in the Inveneo Hotbox. The touch screen is also very responsive and intuitive to use.
The main issue with iPad is the price, especially for the 3G/LTE models. It, along with the Nexus 10, is in the higher tier of tablet prices. There are also potential pros and cons when using iOS instead of Android as previously discussed in this report.
Our recommendation is especially based on the following criteria:
- Posted by Aaron Mason on July 22, 2013 in the categories: User Machine