• Tablet comparison: New iPad (2012) vs. iPad 2 vs. Asus Transformer Prime vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

    Posted on March 8th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    With months of rumors, speculations and anxious waiting, Apple finally officially released the new iPad in details on the March 7th event on San Francisco. We have to admit that the new iPad produces better user experience in various aspects, like its full HD 2048×1356 pixels Retina display, which absolutely makes it a first choice for users to enjoy HD movies on iPad, even to play full HD Blu-ray movies on iPad; the quad-core A5X GPU processor, which is as four time fast as other chips currently on the market; 5MP iSight camera, etc. But as a tablet user or fans, you must want to know what the new iPad brings to you and compared with other existing tablets, like its precedent, the iPad 2, Asus Transformer Prime and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, what the advantages of the new Apple iPad (3rd generation) shows to its buyers to make it more competitive in the fierce circumstance of tablet market.

    Apple new iPadHere I’m very glad to share some detailed data upon tablets mentioned above with all of you for reference when you would like to make comparison between these devices. Of course, if you like, you can also check specs of any tablet available online for comparison, but the following picture I share here would make it more convenient and save your energy and time.

    new iPad vs. iPad 2 vs. ASUS Transformers Prime vs. Galaxy Tab 10.1

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  • Apple iPad with Retina and LTE debuted – What we didn’t get from the new Apple iPad

    Posted on March 8th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    On the March 7th Apple event, Apple officially released its next generation of iPad, which resets the goal line again even as various competitors have made great challenges to it on the just past MWC 2012 feast to catch up iPad in the burgeoning market for tablets. The new iPad, not named as iPad HD, iPad 2S or iPad 3 as previously rumored, comes with full HD Retina Display which offers a resolution of 2048×1536 (3.1 million pixels) and quad-core A5X GPU processor which is four times as fast as the nearest competition, which together bring excellent graphic experience and effect for you to watch even HD Blu-ray movies on iPad. Meanwhile, this new iPad is also capable of operating on 4G network for both AT&T and Verizon carriers. To make their iPads more competitive, Apple priced the new iPad from $499, the same as iPad 2, and cut the price of iPad 2 by $100. If you want to know more detailed specs of the Apple new iPad, please check the new iPad (3rd generation) specs on Apple official site.

    Apple new iPadAfter talking about the specs of the new iPad, let’s say something that the new iPad didn’t bring to us, or features the new iPad doesn’t include but may disappoint us a little.

    A6 processor: Prior to launch, there were a lot of rumors and speculations towards what kind of chip would power the next iPad, A5 processor or brand-new A6 processor. After the iPhone 4S got a modified version of the A5 processor found in the iPad 2, many presumed the new iPad would get the A6 processor. Instead Apple released the new iPad with the A5X processor, though it’s quad-core chip and Apple claimed that the A5X processor is as fast as four times as the performance of NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor.

    Siri: One of the biggest updates of iPhone 4S is the new Siri, the voice-controlled iPhone virtual assistant feature. Since this software emerged on iPhone 4S, all people would expect Apple to add Siri to the next iPad. But Apple just enabled the new iPad to allow users to dictate e-mails, without any mention of Siri.

    iOS 6: Ars Technica reported that it was seeing devices running iOS 6 in logs, sparking hope that Apple might release–or at least tease–iOS 6. Alas, we’re only getting iOS 5.1 now. Expect more iOS news to emerge in June at Apple’s World Wide Developers conference.

    A 128GB version: Since the full HD graphic effects with the Retina display, the new iPad is supposed to be one of the best choices to play HD movies and HD games. Thus, more memory storage is required for convenient HD movie playback and HD games playing. A 128GB version of iPad is thus highly expected. But Apple just provides a topping choice at 64GB with no memory expansion slot.

    These four features have made them big disappointments to the new iPad. Others include: the absence of a rumored iPad mini version, the same design as that of iPad 2, no lighter weight, etc. But even though these things make the new iPad somewhat disappointed, we have to admit that currently there are few tablets that could compete with the new iPad. Only the Retina display would make other competitors lag far behind.

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