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Apple iPad Air 2 MH182LL/A (64GB, Wi-Fi, Gold) NEWEST VERSION

Apple iPad XX6LL/A Tablet (64GB, Wifi + AT&T 3G, Black) NEWEST MODEL

Product Features

  • Apple iOS 8; 9.7-Inch Retina Display; 2048×1536 Resolution
  • A8X Chip with 64-bit Architecture; M8 Motion Coprocessor
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac); 64 GB Capacity
  • 8 MP iSight Camera; FaceTime HD Camera
  • Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life

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  1. JJCEO says:

    Ultra-fast, great screen and it tested 56% more powerful than my iPad Air! 0

  2. James Thomas says:

    Apple iPad Air 2 is the best and thinnest tablet on the market Review update from the original postAs far as cases go, I was going to initially try out the Apple SmartCase, but for $80, I thought I should at least check out what else was available. I found this case that was similar in design but a bit more stylish and a lot cheaper. Actually I was a little worried about it being so cheap on Amazon, but the reviews were good so I figured I’d give it a shot. Turns out I had nothing to worry about. Case seems to function just as well as Apples and it actually seems a bit sturdier. It’s made from synthetic materials instead of leather like the Apple case, but I like it even better. Seems like it would be easier to clean (especially handy for when my kids get their hands on it) and just feels easier to grip for me. At least that’s my opinion. You should check it out.http://www.amazon.com/iPad-Air-Case-Landscape-Generation/dp/B00OKUBFNC/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1415224806&sr=1-1&keywords=roocase+optigon+air+2Though it’s only been a week since my initial review, I’ve been taking the iPad Air 2 to test out its capabilities further, much to the dismay of my family. But as I mentioned earlier, I do have a windows tablet (8″ version) that I had been using as a supplement to my work computer. I sometimes need to view spreadsheets, powerpoints or word docs away from the office and if it’s just to check something or make a minor edit, it can be a major pain to pull out my full, work issued laptop. I thought having full windows in a portable, as-needed, format was convenient. But since I’ve been reading that the iPad is more productivity oriented in its present form, I had to see how it compared. Especially since, I would have the convenience of the other tablet strengths of the iPad to boot.So far I’m impressed. I’ve been using MS Office for iPad and I have to say that in many ways, it’s even better than Office is on a small windows tablet. I think the iPad version is more suited to a touch screen whereas the windows version still feels like they expect you to use a mouse. I think the key is having the right Bluetooth keyboard and a good stand case for the iPad Air 2, especially when it comes to editing a complicated formula in an excel file.For the time being, I’ve been using a no-name, compact keyboard I had originally bought for the old iPad 2. It came built into a case but of course that case doesn’t fit the new iPad. But luckily, the keyboard portion was removable. I never liked having the keyboard attached when I wasn’t using it anyway. I will continue to try to find a better one as this one just feels a little too mushy for me.So far the iPad Air 2 is exceeding my expectations. I just figured the old iPad we had was getting too old and needed replacing. But, I’m quickly discovering that all the incremental improvements made between each generation has added up to a device that is pushing new ground for what a tablet is meant to be. Like I mentioned in my review, I’ve tried a lot of different tablets, including Asus Transformer Pad with keyboards. Even my older iPad didn’t cut it as a productivity device. But this new iPad is just faster and smoother making trying to get a little work done a lot less frustrating without giving up on anything that has made the iPad so convenient.————-Original PostI’ve tried many different tablets including iPads, various Android tablets from older 10.1″ Honeycomb versions to the most recent Nexus 7 and even a Windows 8.1 tablet. I originally started with the iPad 2 and it was the device that convinced me that tablets were worth the investment and served a useful purpose. From there I tried several Android tablets. It actually took that platform quite a while to catch up to the benchmark the iPad had set. I started with a honeycomb tablet that required a lot of patience as bugs were worked out. I ended up having to root it and try some custom roms to get the tablet to work the way I expected it to and even then it wasn’t uncommon for the device to crash on me. But eventually, Google was able to improve the OS and by the time the second generation Nexus 7 came out, they had finally achieved a truly usable device.As for Windows tablets, I don’t really see them as an iPad competitor. They are more like a miniature version of your PC you can take along with you in place of a full size laptop. Sure the Metro interface does make it more tablet-like, but the lack of apps and reliance on the desktop screen keeps it from being that “even a child can figure it out,” used by everybody in that family, zero learning curve device.So while I’ve gone back and forth with devices, being the gadget geek that I am, my family and I have always had an iPad around when we wanted to quickly play a game, use an app or watch a video. So when the new iPad Air 2 came out, I decided it was…

  3. Artoo says:

    Amazing upgrade 0

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