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Apple iPad Mini 1st Generation 16GB with WIfi and Cellular Slate Grey

16 GB
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7.87 x 5.30 x 0.28 (200 x 134.7 x 7.2 mm)
Dual core, 1000 MHz, ARM Cortex-A9
1024 x 768 Pixels
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Apple iPad Mini 1st Generation 16GB with WIfi and Cellular Slate Grey
I will pick iPad Mini for many reasons : First , Display Nexus 7 does have better resolution (and hence more ppi) whereas iPad Mini has very good color saturation which means you have only one option , If u want crispiness get N7 , whereas if u want screen to pop up colors nicely , get Mini.As far as Display is concerned 163 ppi isn't that bad for average users.For those who are using iPad 3 for a while or iPhone 4 , 4S , 5 or iPod Touch 4th would feel that this display isn't good but remaining people would really don't find fault in it. Web browsing and reading , I feel that 4:3 screen does better in web browsing as it has large screen estate and also during landscape , 3/4th screen is covered by N7 keyboard and virtual buttons. Not to forget that Screen area of iPad far big compared to N7 (As we all know that screen is measured in diagonal length). Another reason why I Pick Mini is because it is a decent screen and it already can run all apps and games without need of extra work because it carries same chip and resolution of iPad 2.So you can simply download and run all apps/games without any waiting. Second is Processor , Most would be thinking Mini RAM is only half gig whereas N7 has 1 GB RAM , but in real world usage , iPad Mini offers very smooth experience compared to N7.One may find that N7 is lagless but if u are coming from Windows Phone or iOS , N7 doesn't feels 'right' , it feels as if something is missing and those stutters really give bad experience because u are spending 20k but not 5 or 6k. Recent 4.2 Jellybean update literally crippled N7 , everything runs slow and lot of users say its unbearable now (don't believe me ? google it) and not to forget that Tegra 3 is bad in GPU. Third is Apps , This is the ultimate reason why anyone will pick iPad over any other tablet.Most of the time , I spend inside apps but I don't waste time with custom ROMs or tinkering with wallpapers or widgets and end up "setting the device" more than "using it". Apps are awesome , if u are coming from bigger iPad or from iPod Touch , all those old apps u bought will work easy and Cloud sync option in games transfers all ur scores , achievements through iCloud (assuming u use same account during activation). Everything works seamlessly and Mini has gyroscope as well (N7 too). Fourth is camera , There is nothing wrong with using tablet's camera , I use it all time and Mini has a HD camera for video calling and back has 5 MP camera with 1080p recording. Quality of footage is awesome and I am sure , its one of the best cameras around , to shoot 1080p video if u want it handy. Using photo stream , all photos will be gone to ur PC and other Apple devices (assuming u have Wifi since this model doesn't offer cellular) Fifth is Updates , Apple is always on time with updates , no delays and N7 too but iPad has edge because I am sure it will be supported longer (As an example , Google stopped supporting Nexus one with 2.3 , Nexus S with 4.1 and Galaxy Nexus surely won't get 5.0 , especially after 4.2 update which almost made GN die) Sixth is Battery , iPad is by far the best device overall in battery department , reliability is high whereas N7 battery will become shorter and shorter as u increase using widgets , flash (unofficial) and more apps run background.At first both devices get same battery but as time passes most android devices end up with shorter and shorter battery lives due to heaviness of Android. Seventh is Build quality , Once hold both devices and u will automatically know it.
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Specs could be a bit better
Apple has never been the sort that takes out products in the low budget range as can be seen from some of the previous big guns that they have rolled out – iPhone, Mac and iPad. Well there’s a first to everything and Apple has tried to prove the same with the launch of the economical iPad Mini, the latest addition in the line of iPads. In fact, with models ranging from Rs 21, 900 for the basic 16 GB Wi-Fi only model to Rs 41, 900 for the top 64 GB Wi-Fi model that includes 4G LTE connectivity, the iPad Mini has a vast range of models having various prices to satiate everyone’s appetite. Specifications: The iPad Mini, which boasts of a 7.9 inch screen, isn’t exactly a shrunk down version of the iPad, but is a new form of tablet in itself. It has the Apple dual-core A5 processor, similar to the one in its big brother iPad 2, with 512 MB of RAM. The display, which has been under serious scrutiny, has a resolution of 1024-by-768 at 163 pixels per inch (ppi) and comes with a fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating. Pros: Although Apple has used the previous gen A5 processor in the iPad Mini at a time when a better A6 processor is known to exist, Apple justifies it by saying that it helps keep the costs down. In favour of Apple, I’d like to add that even though the specs of the iPad Mini look a bit outdated on paper, the device is a pleasure to use with very less or no major lag (barring some major put-offs like the low-res display of which I’ll talk about later). Even apart from the point of view of performance, because the iPad Mini uses the previous A5 processor chip, the battery life it offers is fantastic. Its iSight camera is a beautiful 5 MP camera that takes 1080p HD video recording. Compared to the 7 inch displays in its biggest rivals - Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD – the iPad Mini, the 7.9 inch display of the iPad Mini gives 35 percent more screen real estate - a welcome added advantage for movie freaks. And as usual, the number of apps that the Apple Appstore offers significantly tips the balance in favour of iPad Mini.? Cons: The biggest disappointment of the iPad Mini, which might be its undoing before it even takes flight, is the low resolution display. If you own the modern iPad, you'll notice the difference immediately. But then again, if own a modern iPad, then you wouldn’t want to buy an iPad mini. It’s a major step back from the Retina display that had left mouths open. It looks as if in order to keep up the margins, perfectionist Apple has compromised in the quality of its products. The positioning of the speakers at the bottom of the iPad provides a decent sound quality in portrait mode, but in the landscape mode, it creates a distorted sense of audio because it fires mono-directionally and speakers might be covered by the hands during game play. Verdict: iPad Mini is a true Apple beauty to be looked at, but the specs could be a bit better. It’s pretty good at what it’s meant for, but there is an obvious scope of improvement. And when there is a very good chance of improvement in the original model, you just know it that Apple is already working on the release of an upgrade in the near future. And there you have it – if you can wait for the iPad Mini 2, hold on to your cash and sit tight on it for another year. But if the waiting period is already causing a lot of itching in your hands, then go for iPad Mini - Apple products are always a pleasure to use.
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Apple iPad Mini – A decent iPad but not a budget tablet
Apple announced their new range of iPads recently at their San Jose convention, the unexpected new 4th generation iPad and the much awaited iPad mini. With the iPad mini the company looks to target those that would be interesting in buying a cheaper iPad with a smaller screen. However the new iPad mini isn’t so cheap at £269 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only version, so is the iPad mini any good. Specs of the iPad Mini: • Height: 200x134.7x7.2 mm • Weight: 0.68 pound (308 g) • Display: 7.9-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit Multi-Touch display with IPS technology • Resolution: 1024x768 resolution at 163 pixels per inch (ppi) • OS: iOS 6 • Processor: A5 Dual Core Processor • RAM: • Memory: 16/32/64GB • Camera: Front – 1.2 MP FaceTime HD camera, Rear – 5 MP iSight Camera • Battery: 16.3-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-polymer battery Design: The iPad mini look more like an oversized iPhone than minimized version of the iPad. The iPad mini looks sleek with the curved edges. At 7.2mm it is 23% thinner than the new iPad 4th Generation. It is fairly lightweight at only 308g for the Wi-Fi version. The volume rocker and screen-rotation lock buttons are now at the right-hand side and the headphone socket is moved from the bottom to the top, where stereo speakers and the new proprietary Lightning connector can be found. Display: The iPad mini sports a gorgeous 7.9” back-lit LED screen. Apple has opted for 4:3 aspect ratio as compared to the 16:9 aspect ratio of most tablets. As a result, comparing the iPad mini's 7.9-inch screen to the Nexus 7's 7-inch screen, iPad mini's viewing area is 40 per cent larger when you hold it in portrait, and a whopping 67 per cent larger in landscape orientation. However, the screen resolution is 1024x768 resolution at 163ppi which is quite lower than the Nexus 7. Overall the image quality does look decent maybe not as great as the bigger iPad or iPhone 5 Camera: The iPad mini has a front 1.2 Mega pixel FaceTime HD camera which was quite good during video calls and chats. The rear 5 mega pixel camera is comparatively same as the bigger iPads taking decent photos along with impressive videos at 1080p. Performance: Performance wise the iPad mini was fast and smooth which is expected from the Apple Brand. The iPad mini has a dual core A5 processor on board and a speculated 512 MB RAM to run the wide array of apps and games available. Battery: The tablet has a 16.3 Watt battery that promises a whooping 10 hours of battery life when using Wi-Fi, which is quite good for a consumer. Pros: Looks good, Lightweight, Large screen Cons: Expensive, Low resolution The iPad mini like all the iPad’s looks good, performs well and is really thin plus light, but isn’t cheap by any means. The iPad mini may sell a lot during the Christmas season, but overall it isn’t worth the price especially when you have competitors having the same if not better specs and features at a much cheaper price.
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Overall, iPad mini is a great a device in its price band.
iPad mini happens to be my second tablet after BlackBerry Playbook. Though BlackBerry Playbook, which I bought 2 years back, is decent tablet; lack of applications remains the biggest issue with this device. I chose iPad mini over its big brother iPad, because of more beautiful design, lighter weight and more portability factor. Back side is made of metal like material and just looks and feels great. Device is ultra-thin (7.5mm) and hence Apple compared the device with a pensile. I opted for 3G cellular version. Reason is that, in first month of purchase one usually download lot of Apps but afterwards just happen to uses those apps. Means, your data usage cycle is higher earlier but tends to get lesser afterwards. Let’s say, downloading NDTV App will be 25MB but reading news for 15 minutes daily will cause only 1-2MB. 3G tablets give you more on-the-go capability. Device is available in 16/32/64GB option and in Wifi-only/Wifi+3G version. It has LTE support but unfortunately that doesn't work for Indian LTE frequency bands. Earlier 7-inch & 10-inch were the standard sizes for tablets but iPad mini created a new space of 8" tablet. Therefore, now even android tablets have started to come in 8" size but none of them are close to iPad mini. Back Camera is 5MP and Front is 1.3MP and both are of decent quality. Side key can be used for screen-rotation lock, which I found to be very handy. In my view, auto-rotation sometime become a bit irritating hence dedicate key for it in a tablet makes sense. Touch quality and device performance is just amazing. I loved iBooks App, which let you open ePub & PDF files and provide superb reading quality. Overall, iPad mini is a great a device in its price band. Positive - Device just looks gorgeous and beautiful. - Apps are of high quality. Most of Android Apps are not optimized for tablets and hence have poor UI for tablets. iPad Apps are of much higher quality than android tablet ones. - Battery life is awesome, may be the best I have seen in a mobile device. - Camera is of good quality. Negatives - Higher cost than other competitive products but Apple never came cheap (need to pay Apple Tax!) - Current display quality is excellent for Gaming/Movies, but I would have much appreciated retina display. Because I read lot of text on tablet, so more pixels gives you more crisp & vivid view. - Accessories such as covers are highly expensive; any decent one costs more than Rs. 2500. - Few of Apple Apps (Page, Numbers etc.) which let you do office work are bit expensive (more than Rs. 500).
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Product Details
16 GB
LBW Size
7.87 x 5.30 x 0.28 (200 x 134.7 x 7.2 mm)
Li - Polymer
Music Player
MP3, AAC, eAAC, WAV, M4A (Apple lossless)
Video Player
MPEG4, H.264, Motion JPG, AVI, MOV
Operating System
iOS 6.0
Dual core, 1000 MHz, ARM Cortex-A9
Preinstalled Browser
Internet Features
802.11 a, b, g, n, n 5GHz
Yes, 4.0
1024 x 768 Pixels
7.9 inches
Slate Grey
Touch Screen
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