Apple iPad Mini 16GB Wi-Fi (Black&Slate)

January 6, 2016 - Comment

The full iPad experience Everything you love about iPad – the beautiful screen, fast and fluid performance, FaceTime and iSight cameras, thousands of amazing apps, 10-hour battery life1 – is everything you’ll love about iPad mini too. And you can hold it in one hand. Beautiful 7.9-inch display Colours are vivid and text is sharp

The full iPad experience

Everything you love about iPad – the beautiful screen, fast and fluid performance, FaceTime and iSight cameras, thousands of amazing apps, 10-hour battery life1 – is everything you’ll love about iPad mini too. And you can hold it in one hand.

Beautiful 7.9-inch display

Colours are vivid and text is sharp on the iPad mini display. But what really makes it stand out is its size. At 7.9 inches, it’s perfectly sized to deliver an experience every bit as big as iPad.

Over 375,000 apps

Right from the start, apps made for iPad also work with iPad mini. They’re immersive, full-screen apps that let you do almost anything you can imagine. And they make iPad mini practically impossible to put down.

Ultra-fast wireless

With advanced Wi-Fi that’s up to twice as fast as any previous-generation iPad and access to fast mobile data networks around the world, iPad mini lets you download content, stream video and browse the web at amazing speeds.

Product Features

  • The iPad Mini is simple yet powerful; thin, light and fully featured, the iPad mini can do just about everything and be just about anything
  • iPad Mini offers the full iPad experience — there’s less of it, but no less to it
  • iPad mini has a beautiful 7.9-inch display — a screen worthy of an iPad

Comments

Steve at Barton says:

Best buy of the year (Please also see update at foot of this review)Still undecided about whether to get the iPad Mini? Then maybe this will help, based on my own buying experience. By way of background, back in early 2012 I was looking for something small and portable, mainly to use at home whilst slumped in front of the TV, and for occasional use away from home via wifi hotspots. There was less choice around then so in the end I took the cheapest option and got a 7″ Android tablet. However, I was never completely happy with it, it seemed quite slow (1.2GHz chip), the capacitive screen was not very responsive, the wifi connection was a bit hit and miss, and I personally did not particularly like Android 4.0, so it spent most of its time in a drawer. In fairness, it was from the budget end of the market, and the instructions that came with it were absolutely useless, so I probably got off to a bad start, but first impressions etc…..Move on a year and I came across an iPad Mini on…

Mr Lion says:

Incredibly light, fast and beautifully designed. Best tablet available. This iPad Mini is not quite the most recent model (it’s been upgraded to the “iPad Mini with Retina Display” and the full size “iPad Air”), but it’s still an incredibly beautiful device. Oddly enough, it’s so beautifully easy to use (my one year old daughter loves playing with it), it’s almost doesn’t feel like a computer at all.I bought one for my daughter and she absolutely loves it. We sold the previous Android tablet as it just sat in a drawer not being used.A word of warning – this review is written for people who’ve never owned an iPad before – and are wondering what all the fuss is about. Don’t read this if you already own an iPad or Mini and are thinking about an upgrade – I’d recommend you simply buy a mini with Retina or an iPad Air.Just what’s all the fuss about?————————————–I used to own a laptop for work, and (very occasionally), it’d sit on my lap on the sofa, and I’d use it for pleasure…

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