This tablet is the best tablet for the money. I’ve had it for two weeks now and I have already had two days of free time to use it and it’s been really great.

Ive seen my friends use my tablet and I have seen them using my tablet as well, and so I can tell you that the ipad is a solid mid range tablet. It’s small, and light, and comfortable to hold, and the quality is better than most of the competition.

The only thing that really set it apart from other tablets is a battery life of up to 9 hours. That is pretty good for this class of tablet. The screen is very bright and crisp, and the battery life is amazing. I get an average of about 8 hours of use out of the tablet, which is exactly 2-3 hours of use more than I get off of my laptop/netbook/tablet combo.

It has a slightly larger screen than the competition, but it’s not nearly as large as the competition. It has the same, if not better, battery life. In fact, I like the tablet’s larger screen better because I can just use the tablet for browsing web pages and watching video. It’s just not as much of a game changer compared to the competition, though.

While the iPad is a fantastic device for consuming media, I’d say its not quite as good as the competition for something more serious. But for casual use, its better. It’s the same concept as the Kindle, but the Kindle has a much better selection of books and a much better library of reading material. The iPad has a much better selection of books, but it also has a much smaller selection of books.

The iPad is great for consuming media, but the selection is much smaller. Its like a bigger version of a CD, but its cheaper. Because of this, the iPad will always beat the Kindle for casual use. However, since the Kindle is cheaper, it will always beat the iPad for serious usage.

The Kindle has a much larger selection of books, but also a much better library of reading material. The iPad has a much smaller selection of books, but it also has a much smaller selection of books. The iPad is great for consuming media, but the selection is much smaller. Its like a bigger version of a CD, but its cheaper. Because of this, the iPad will always beat the Kindle for casual use.

the iPad’s selection of books is almost as big as the Kindle’s, and there are enough books for any book lover. However, in the long run, since the amount of books is much smaller, the iPad will always beat the Kindle’s size for serious usage.

I am so excited to see the iPad become more popular and widely used, but I think the iPad has so many advantages that it is really going to be a huge hit. While the Kindle is a great, easy-to-use device for reading books, I think the iPad is going to be a huge hit. I think it will be a huge hit. I have a lot of faith that the iPad will be the next platform to revolutionize how people read books.

The iPad has so many great features that it’s definitely going to be a huge hit. The Kindle, like any e-reader, is great for reading books (and some music and video apps), but I think the iPad is going to be a huge hit because it is so easy to use and easy to use. I think one of the things that makes the iPad so popular is that it will change how people are reading books.