After a considerably lengthy wait, Apple has broken down the tech-savvy’s patience by introducing its second-generation iPad 2 with plenty of classy and sophisticated features that include 1GBz dual-core A5 chip, duel cameras, LED-backlit display, up to 9x faster graphics, a promising battery life of up to 10 hours, over 65,000 applications specially designed for the iPad in its App Store and many more. Above all, it is 33 percent thinner in comparison of it its predecessors, 15 percent lighter than other versions and compact and versatile with a comfy feeling in the hand.
It is a great competitive model to any other slimmer and smarter designs and a fair alternative to other advanced tablets in the marketplace. Surfing internet, checking emails, reading books and watching movies are incredibly faster, easier with 10 hours of battery life.
Its improved Safari performance as well as FaceTime, Photo Booth, iMovie as well as Garage Band apps for duel camera-enriched ipad make it a perfect device that seems to be made also for entertainment’s sake. Its LED-backlit display makes view marvellous, lively, eye soothing and its 9.7 inches of high resolution and big screen makes photos, movies and webpages remarkably sharp and clear. Its display technology, called IPS, gives 178° viewing angle, which let your viewing partners feel equally comfortable.
Apple has launched it with some of its “grand smart covers with series of colors” that give the users option of their choice. With its every aristocratic colour, it stands with its unique dignity that lets the users feel expensive and gives the reason for a worthy look.
Price starts from $499 for a 16GB WiFi version, $599 for a 32GB WiFi version, $699 for 64GB WiFi version that gradually enlarges up to $829 for a WiFi + 3G SKU with 64GB of storage. Moreover, the new tablet with an HDMI output capable of 1080p, called Apple Digital AV Adapter, will cost you $39 more for the requisite dongle. It will end up the necessity of setup or any configuration for HDMI minored video output.
Written by: Mousumi Kumar Saha