Geek love: iPad Air, iPad Mini with Retina, Nexus 7

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Well, the first reviews of the iPad Air are out and they are pretty stunning…

The iPad was never light enough for me to comfortably hold in my hands, suspended above my face while lying in bed or on the couch for long periods of time. The iPad 2 got close, but the 3rd and 4th generation iPads reset the scale completely. That’s actually one reason why I liked the iPad mini and 2013 Nexus 7 so much, they were far more comfortable to hold. AnandTech | The iPad Air Review

An interesting side effect of Apple’s pricing structure is that the cost for NAND upgrades actually gets pretty reasonable at the higher capacities. It’s the lower capacities that are the most expensive to upgrade (e.g. moving from 16GB to 32GB will cost you $6.25 per extra GB of storage, downright enterprise NAND pricing, but going from 64GB to 128GB costs you another $1.56 per extra GB). AnandTech | The iPad Air Review

 

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