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thinner and lighter, not that the 2 was heavy to begin with

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iPad 3 isn't available any more (from Apple), think you can get iPad 2, iPad 4, or iPad air...

 

I'd personally go for an iPad mini with Retina display.

 

---------- Post added 05-12-2013 at 09:27 ----------

 

Ah, perhaps you can't buy iPad 4 now, it, along with iPad 3, is now obsolete (while iPad 2 is still on sale, go figure).

 

To compare models: http://www.apple.com/uk/ipad/compare/

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thinner and lighter, not that the 2 was heavy to begin with

 

Compared to the iPad 2 its smaller, lighter, much better screen (4x more pixels) and a much faster processor.

 

As Waldo says the iPad 3 is no longer available - it was quickly replaced by the iPad 4 - which has now been replaced by the iPad Air.

 

The iPad 2 is still available, but its really not worth the small saving against the much more powerful Air, or the new Mini - just make sure you get a 2013 Mini with Retina display, not the old model.

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Or buy yourself an Android tablet, something along the lines of a Nexus 10 and save yourself £200 and be able to do more with it.

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Or buy yourself an Android tablet, something along the lines of a Nexus 10 and save yourself £200 and be able to do more with it.

 

The only reason I got an iPad was the app I wanted, weren't available on Android, then when it was released on android... it wasn't to the same version/capability...

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Or buy yourself an Android tablet, something along the lines of a Nexus 10 and save yourself £200 and be able to do more with it.

 

Nexus 10 is from £339.

 

iPad air is from £399.

iPad mini with retina is from £319!

 

Not sure how you arrive at 'save yourself £200'...

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What Waldo says. Nexus 10 is due for an upgrade though. I think the Nexus 7 mk2 is very good value for money.

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What Waldo says. Nexus 10 is due for an upgrade though. I think the Nexus 7 mk2 is very good value for money.

 

So does my ipad3 have the retina

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So does my ipad3 have the retina

 

iPad 3 was the first iPad to get a retina display. I'm currently on iPad 3 too.

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Or buy yourself an Android tablet, something along the lines of a Nexus 10 and save yourself £200 and be able to do more with it.

 

Saddington

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Nexus 10 is from £339.

 

iPad air is from £399.

iPad mini with retina is from £319!

 

Not sure how you arrive at 'save yourself £200'...

 

The mini isn't 10". The OP mentioned 10" tablets.

 

Of which, these are the prices I got from google, which I based my post on:

 

(Cr)apple:

 

http://i.imgur.com/0q5NDCP.png

 

Android (Nexus 10)

 

http://i.imgur.com/9AzrsSM.png

 

Ok, so I round up to 200 from nearly 200. ;)

 

---------- Post added 07-12-2013 at 10:19 ----------

 

Saddington

 

Care to explain that one?

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