Re: [newtech-1] IPAD MINI

From: Trevor L.
Sent on: Friday, February 15, 2013 9:34 AM
I bought the Mini and returned it because, for me, I didn't like the non-retina display.  I used the Mini and the iPad 4 side by side for a week and just couldn't get over the non-retina display.  Text seemed more and more blurry every time I used the Mini compared to the iPad with retina.  I didn't enjoy reading on it.  I like the size of the iPad for what I do, use it on the couch in to read occasionally in bed to read.  You could also buy the Mini and if you don't like it exchange it for an iPad.  I believe you have 14 days.

-Trevor



On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 9:18 AM, Samantha Epstein <[address removed]> wrote:

I currently have an iPad mini and have previous owned the iPad 3 and the iPad 2. I don’t think I’d ever go back to the full size iPad after having the mini which is incredibly well sized and convenient for throwing in any bag/purse/brief case and has a screen size that lets me see/use any website/app etc that I want without struggling to see it.

 

If you’re in design, you may not want to go that route as the retina display is not as good, but if you’re not then I find you can still display and present whatever you want with ease.

 

 

#techinmotion

 

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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of John Roberts
Sent: Friday, February 15,[masked]:09 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [newtech-1] IPAD MINI

 

I'm using an iPad mini with 4G to write this. I bought the 16GB wifi iPad mini for research purposes, I have a 4G iPad 3 with retina display so I didn't think I'd have much use for the mini. I was wrong. The iPad mini is such a better experience, I ended up taking my wifi version back to Apple and upgraded to a 4G version and transferring my cellular plan to it (unlimited). The non-retina display doesn't bother me, this device is now my primary device, I only use the iPad 3  when the mini is charging.

-John

 

Sent from my iPad


On Feb 15, 2013, at 3:38 AM, anki <[address removed]> wrote:

Hola Amigos.

 

I am planning to buy IPAD MINI.

  • Is it worth to buy or IPAD3 is better?
  • Retina Display?
  • 16gb/32gb/64gb?
  • with or without cellular?
  • How many bytes does an app consumes monthly. Which data plan is useful?

 

Thanks & Regards
 Anks 





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