Apple iPad Mini – Black (16GB, Wifi)

September 11, 2013 - Comment

The full iPad experience Everything you love about iPad – the beautiful screen, fast and fluid performance, FaceTime and iSight cameras, thousands of amazing apps, 10-hour battery life1 – is everything you’ll love about iPad mini too. And you can hold it in one hand. Beautiful 7.9-inch display Colours are vivid and text is sharp

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The full iPad experience

Everything you love about iPad – the beautiful screen, fast and fluid performance, FaceTime and iSight cameras, thousands of amazing apps, 10-hour battery life1 – is everything you’ll love about iPad mini too. And you can hold it in one hand.

Beautiful 7.9-inch display

Colours are vivid and text is sharp on the iPad mini display. But what really makes it stand out is its size. At 7.9 inches, it’s perfectly sized to deliver an experience every bit as big as iPad.

Over 375,000 apps

Right from the start, apps made for iPad also work with iPad mini. They’re immersive, full-screen apps that let you do almost anything you can imagine. And they make iPad mini practically impossible to put down.

Ultra-fast wireless

With advanced Wi-Fi that’s up to twice as fast as any previous-generation iPad and access to fast mobile data networks around the world, iPad mini lets you download content, stream video and browse the web at amazing speeds.

Product Features

  • The iPad Mini is simple yet powerful; thin, light and fully featured, the iPad mini can do just about everything and be just about anything
  • iPad Mini offers the full iPad experience — there’s less of it, but no less to it
  • iPad mini has a beautiful 7.9-inch display — a screen worthy of an iPad

Comments

Steve at Barton says:

Brilliant – best buy of the year (Please also see update at foot of this review)Still undecided about whether to get the iPad Mini? – then perhaps my own experiences might help. By way of background, about a year ago I was looking for something a bit more portable than a laptop or netbook, mainly to use at home whilst slumped in front of the TV, and for occasional use away from home via wifi hotspots. At that time my options were the iPod touch (a bit small) the original iPad (a bit big and heavy – especially the price!) or an Android tablet (the Kindle Fire and iPad Mini were not around then) so in the end I took the cheapest option and got a 7″ Android tablet. However, I was never completely happy with it, it seemed quite slow (1.2GHz chip), the capacitive screen was not particularly responsive, and it was not always easy to navigate via Android 4.0 (I had never used Android before) so regrettably it spent most of its time in a drawer. In fairness, the instructions that came with it were absolutely…

R. Forse says:

The same, but smaller. The build of the iPad mini screams “quality”, even more so than the iPad (3) which we also have. It’s very easy to hold and the design is immaculate with the screen filling more of the tablet (almost) edge to edge.I think that the viewing experience when using streaming apps (Netflix, sky go etc) does suffer with having to play on the smaller screen (compared to the iPad) but with the pixel ratio compressed in size, the detail is arguably marginally better again.The device is ideally sized for my wife and step daughter as they have smaller hands but to me it does seem like it has a more slippery feel so a good case to protect it is an absolute must.You know what you’re getting with apple products and iOS specifically and it was that which was the main hook for the ladies in my house. I actually think its overpriced compared to other mini tablets on the market but that won’t matter to those who already have iPhones etc and want to complete the apple…

Katrina-UK says:

A Short And Sweet Review I’ve been waiting a long time for the iPad Mini to be released and now it has finally come I’m not disappointed. I’ve had it for the last couple of weeks and I can honestly say this is a top quality product as expected from Apple. I’ve tried other 7.9″ Android tablet devices but as far as I am concerned this little mini device is superior to them all. I’ve been using this device more than my laptop round the house and when I’m out and about. Sure sometimes I wish I had gone for the cellular one (so I could access the internet when I’m not in a wi-fi zone), but I would have had to pay quite a bit more for it.As far as I’m concerned I prefer the iPad Mini to the iPad simply because it’s more compact, easier to carry around, and lighter to hold for long periods. The pixel quality is fantastic for watching films or tv programmes (BBC iPlayer, ITVPlayer, 4oD, 5 on Demand and many more are all free to download off the app store), or visit iTunes if you want to pay to rent or buy…

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