A list of features of the newest iPad

Published: Wednesday, March 7 2012 12:30 p.m. MST

Gizmodo.com
“That brings us to iPad. We think the iPad is the poster-child of the post-PC world," said Tim Cook.
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A voice of Reason
Salt Lake City, UT

I love my Kindle Fire! I also paid $200 for it instead of buying a $500 ipad. Sure, they can video-call each other. I just can't justify $300 for one feature.

Oh yeah, plus Apple doesn't allow using apps they don't like. With my Kindle and my PC, I make my own choices. Did I forget to say I spent less money too?

:)

giantfan
Farmington, UT

A voice of Reason,

"Sure, they can video-call each other. I just can't justify $300 for one feature."

If you think that's the only difference, you should study up a little more. There's a reason--no, make that MANY reasons--that Apple DOMINATES the tablet market.

A voice of Reason
Salt Lake City, UT

giantfan,

Apple dominates? Sounds pretty fanboy-ish to me. They can have the market. I couldn't care less what the masses want. I care about what's fair and reasonable. Apple overcharging for everything they produce, and their app-store and privacy policies are worth my attention more than a list of features and how shiny something is. I know what features there are. It's still overpriced.

cjb
Bountiful, UT

I was really hoping the new model would have a border that is half as wide, or less. The wideness of the border on i-Pads has always seemed excessive to me.

BYU/Jazz fan
West Valley, UT

Voice of Reason, can you view/create word and power point documents on the fire? I've been looking into getting one.

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