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Re: iPad: What's in a Name?
Posted by: Paul Hartsock 2012-03-10 21:56:29
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Apple finally drew the curtain on its next-generation iPad, revealing a device that looks a whole lot like last year's model but is definitely packing some heavier guts. First of all the screen is now a super-sharp Retina display, so named because theoretically you shouldn't be able to spot the individual pixels with a naked eye. It's like the display you can already find on an iPhone 4 or 4S. Also, as usual, the new iPad is loaded with faster processors -- it's got a new A5X chip with quad-core graphics.


iPad: What's in a Name?
Posted by: mohsinhasan70 2012-03-10 22:28:24 In reply to: Paul Hartsock
I think iPad is infinite.It continuously promotes its products. Such device with high potentials will be really marvelous. It has high resolution screen, faster processors, and wonderful cameras. The name reflects superiority and uniqueness.
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