October 29, 2012
Apple finally launched its latest electronic tablet, the iPad Mini, a version that the company claims is not a reduced, but rather a “concentrated” version of its regular tablet, with a 7.9 inch display.
This mini screen – which, according to Apple, is the smallest that could be made while still offering the full user experience–, gives the tablet truly impressive physical characteristics at 7.2 mm and weighing only 308 grams.
Internally, the iPad Mini offers most of the same features as the iPad 2: a display with 1024 by 768 inch resolution, double core A5 chip, 5 megapixel digital camera, 10-hour autonomy, but with optional LTE connectivity and a new Lightning port.
Starting at $329, it is not the least expensive on the market, but Apple hopes that the quality and compatibility of this device, with its 275 000 iPad applications available from the App store, will give it a leg up on the competition.
By: Maxime Johnson
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