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Apple iPad 2 MC769LL/A 2nd Generation Tablet (16GB, Wifi, Black) [Certified Pre-Owned]

Apple iPad 2 MC769LL/A Tablet ( iOS 7,16GB, WiFi) Black 2nd Generation [Certified Pre-Owned] What’s in the box: Certified Pre-owned Apple 16GB iPad with Wi-Fi (Black), USB Cable, Adapter, Generic Box and 90 Day Limited Warranty.

Product Features

  • This Certified Pre-owned item by Limitless Product may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. The cosmetic Grade is 4/5 and the item comes with a 90-day warranty by Limitless Product.
  • There may be scuffs and scratches on the ipad. It’s nothing that a cover can’t hide.
  • The generic box kit includes a data cable & charger.
  • It is 9.7″ IPS TFT – LED backlight and Multi-Touch.
  • Camera: Front: 0.7 MP, Back: 0.7 MP

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Tags: PreOwned, iPad, Generation), (16GB,, Certified, Black

3 Comments

  1. John Megahan says:

    Awesome 0

  2. Francisco says:

    iPad pros and cons If you’re considering a tablet, the only rational choice is the iPad 1 or the iPad 2. Anything else you there is too expensive/too buggy/lacking support/etc. As someone who owns a desktop but no laptop, the iPad 2 is just perfect. A laptop would often be redundant, though it would be handy for working outside of the home.With the iPad, I will use it all the time both in the home and elsewhere.Smart Covers aren’t really “smart” but they’re really very useful. I recommend THIS one:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0091DF9CG?tag=660h-20Not only do they provide a stylistic enhancement of the device, but they serve a practical and functional purpose of doubling as a screen protector and stand in 2 configurations. You can find them in a variety of colors and from third market suppliers, and it’s a safe bet that more will be out soon to capitalize on the magnetic sensors in the iPad 2. It’s unfortunate that this same feature can’t somehow be retrofitted to the iPad 1, I wouldn’t have thought a case would be a compelling reason to consider a product over it’s competitor, but these covers are really so useful it’s hard to understand why they’ve not been there since the beginning.Multitasking SupportOne of the biggest knocks against the iPad when first released was the lack of native multi-tasking support. Jailbreakers added the feature quickly and Apple soon realized it would be a requirement for any future device’s success and released an OS update that included the feature. The iPad 2 capitalizes on that progress and takes it a step further with the increased RAM enabling more open applications to be suspended at once, and the time to open or close an application has improved as well. That said, even the first generation managed to open and close apps faster than most people would be used to on their computers, so while this is an improvement it’s more akin to showing off.AppsOne thing that Apple has clearly the advantage in for the moment is app availability. The App store has close to 70,000 iPad specific Apps, all of which will work on the iPad 2. The new cameras will undoubtedly see this list expand rapidly, as will the inclusion of a gyroscope for gaming and motion based uses. There are also a substantial number of professional applications ranging from document creation to photo editing and vector drawing. Chances are if you can dream it, there’s an App for that (and if not you might want to get started on one to fill in the gap). The Android market is making a strong showing, and ultimately it’ll likely be a strong competitor, for now it still has a ways to go, but any potential buyer should consider the strength of the application market before buying a tablet.Pros:Weight. Seriously. The minimal weight of this thing is by far the most impressive feature about it in my opinion. It seems to defy physics and logic that so much could be in such a small space working that hard for that long.Battery Life. From full to dead my iPad 2 went just over 11 hours with the movie Robin Hood showing twice during that time, the screen at half brightness, wifi turned on, an Angry Birds marathon and a good portion of a book in ibook. That’s better than a work day and that’s constantly on.Books. This is definitely a Pro, but reading itself could go either way. The great benefit to the iPad is having access to Google Books, ibook, Nook, and Kindle. This allows for some comparison shopping and price competition (although for the most part they’re all usually about the same). Reading in the evenings in bed is great as the back light means you don’t have to worry about keeping others awake, but the glass screen causes some glare trouble when trying to read outside or near a sunny window. If you’re an avid outdoor reader the Kindle might still be your best bet.Cons:Still no dedicated USB support. While there is a camera add-on that allows for certain USB devices to be used there is no option for mass storage. Some of the Android Tablets allow for this and if you find yourself wanting to use your tablet as a standalone storage device this might be something to consider. The device can read from certain flash drives though, but is largely limited to photo and video files. Jailbreaks offer solutions to this, but those come with their own issues as well.Still no dedicated SD card slot. This is troublesome on two fronts. First, if you want to import pictures from your camera you have to have an adapter which is just one more thing to carry around. Second, the lack of expansion means you’re limited to what you purchase in terms of storage. I purchased a 32GB iPad last time and never filled it up completely, so for me capacity wasn’t an issue. If you want to be able to have your entire movie collection with you though… you may want to consider whether the iPad 2 can meet your…

  3. PEARL STREET TREATS says:

    Great buy 0

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