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Apple iPad mini with Retina Display ME280LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi, White with Silver) NEWEST VERSION

Apple iPad mini with Retina Display ME280LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi, White with Silver) NEWEST VERSION

Apple iPad mini with Retina Display ME280LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi, White with Silver) NEWEST VERSION

  • , 7.9 inches Display
  • Apple 1.3 GHz
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 1 GB RAM Memory
  • 10-hour battery life, 0.73 pounds
  • Apple iOS 7; 7.9 Retina display; 2048 x 1536 resolution^A7 chip with 64-bit architecture and M7 motion coprocessor^Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) with MIMO; 32 GB capacity^5 MP iSight camera; 1080p HD video recording^Up to 10 hours of battery life; 0.73 lbs

Apple iPad XX6LL/A Tablet (64GB, Wifi + AT&T 3G, Black) NEWEST MODEL

List Price: $ 499.00

Price: $ 514.99

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3 Responses to “Apple iPad mini with Retina Display ME280LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi, White with Silver) NEWEST VERSION”

  1. Jerrod Kowalski "Jerrod Kowalski" says:
    43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Upgraded from original mini, November 30, 2013

    Customer Video Review Length:: 0:43 Mins

    I am writing this as an upgraded view not as a first time iPad buyer. i got the 64GB version but i did also post this review on the 16 and 32 versions because the 64gb version was nit listed for sale here until just recently. i bought the black, i had the white. i went black because as beautiful as the white is i found myself looking at the bezile often. the bright white distracted me from the screen sometimes. the bezel fades out of view when black and i find myself seeing more of what is on the screen.

    the retina display is a huge upgrade. i have corrective lenses and need 1.25 reading glasses. reading all text on the retina is worth the upgrade for me. while i do not have an iPad to compare the color gamut i can say that i think the colors are fine. the display is a worthwhile upgrade consideration. as much of an improvement the screen is the processor is an even bigger improvement. i use to see load time of a game called Field Runner2 HD (there is a free version too) of 40 seconds or so, the new mini loads twice as fast (see video review). i wish i took a video of the two side by side before i sent my old one to a friend. it was amazing how much faster the new iPad loads games.

    i would like to say the iPad mini should have had the fingerprint scanner and all Apple products are overdue for built in wireless charging. still this is a really nice product and i am glad i spent the money on the upgrade.

    PS, looks like they consolidated the reviews of other versions so that is why you see me on here more than once, regrets.

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  2. m. donohue says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Cheaper at BestBuy, November 21, 2013
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    This item is fantastic. I bought a Kindle fire HDX 7 and returned it. This is twice the price of the comparable Kindle but 10 times better. Also, you can buy this item at BestBuy for almost a hundred dollars cheaper.

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  3. John S. Dean "John" says:
    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This was a great upgrade from my iPad 3, December 30, 2013
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    John S. Dean “John” (Sturtevant, WI United States) –
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    I got the very first Kindle when it came out because I LOVE to read. I upgraded it to a newer version a year later, and when the iPads came out I got one more out of curiosity than any real NEED. I use a laptop computer for everything at work and home, but I thought it would be fun to play with.

    I got hooked on the iBooks program, and have used an iPad or my iPhone for reading ever since. I’ve gone through the iPad 1, 2, and 3, and now the new Retina Mini. Each time I upgrade, I pass my replaced one to my son, and his replaced one goes to my mom. So they love them as well.

    Last summer when I was still using the iPad 3, I tried the Kindle Fire HD simply because I wanted something smaller to use since most of my reading I do in bed. I tried to like it, but I only used it for about two days before I got disgusted with the interface, the carousel, etc…

    So this Christmas I decided to get myself a present.

    It easily restored my backup from the iPad 3, and once all the apps were downloaded to it again it performed flawlessly. I love how much lighter it is, and how much easier it is to hold and use anywhere. I now carry it in my computer case with my Surface Pro so I have it handy if I have time to read somewhere during my day.

    The performance is great, definitely an improvement over my iPad 3. The screen is flawless, the text is just mind bogglingly crisp and clear even for the smaller size. The games all perform great on it, but I got it mainly for reading and an easy way to check mail without having to go to my Surface Pro.

    The only downside is the same downside all iPads have had – the slick back. I really loved the original Kindle for the rubberized back surface, which made it very easy to hold onto. This one is as slippery as any of them, but that’s at least partially ameliorated after I got the smart cover, since it can fold back and gives some “traction” for the fingers.

    I was going to give my brother in law the Kindle Fire HD but I can’t even find it. It was so unimpressive that I just stuck it somewhere and forgot where I even put it, and it’s not turned up in any of my searching. That’s how much I preferred the iPads for my use.

    Since I don’t store music or photos on it, the 16GB version is all I needed so this is the cheapest version I’ve ever gotten (up to this point I always got the 32GB “just in case” and realized I never used more than half of the space anyway).

    For me, worth every penny because as much as I was unhappy with the look and feel of IOS 7 (while loving the improvements in the interface itself, I hate the “50 shades of grey” color scheme they seemed to go with) it’s still the interface I prefer for my light tablet use and ebook reading.

    Very happy I gave myself this present.

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