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iPad mini vs iPad: Mini Packs More Screen for Its Much-Tinier Size

Even though iPad mini may come in a smaller package, it still packs a lot of screen real estate into its form factor with its 7.9" display compared to iPad's 9.7". In fact, the display-to-size ratio is significantly better on iPad mini. For the trade-off in dimensions, iPad mini provides a superior screen real estate that will not feel all that cramped for regular iPad users. Exactly how much of the display does iPad mini, with its absolutely immense reduction in size and weight, pack compared to iPad? Read on for the specifics.

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Refurbished Retina Display iPads Starting at $379, Buy It Instead of the New iPad

As the introduction of a fourth-generation iPad pushes the original "New iPad with Retina Display" out of the picture (therefore making it the "Old iPad, still with Retina Display" - lame joke, we realize that), the elite-regarded tablet introduced seven months ago is available at a steep discount for those comfortable with official Apple refurbished products. For those that do not already have a Retina Display iPad, this is the one to get or gift.

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How iPad mini Is Too Outdated for Its Own Good

While it may be Apple's newest object of affection, iPad mini is a far cry from being a tablet that can be considered to boast the features of the latest-and-greatest in such a competitively over-saturated market. Ironically, iPad mini misses quite of a few of the marks that its 9.7" counterpart set itself and manages to surpass. While iPad for the most part makes other tablet efforts look embarrassing, iPad mini starts behind the race of the oft-desired features that makes a tablet cutting-edge; even breaking some trends that Apple had kick-started.

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What is iPad Mini? A Full (Stylized) Rundown of Apple’s New Tablet

Just moments ago, Apple has unveiled the iPad's smaller, thinner brother (or cousin, we would even venture as far as sister) in the form of iPad mini. iPad mini seems to strike the right chords with its size, battery life, performance, and price for a tablet of this form factor.

It's the love child of iPad and iPhone 5's jewel of a design

another premium product that pushes the tablet lust factor ahead (if we were to be as bold to proclaim that). Not only is it available in two color options with a total-black or white design, but for the first time iPad is being offered in a slate-colored aluminum back on the black option. Raw silver aluminum adorns the back of the white. Diamond-cut chamfering brings the appearance together, providing a top-of-the-line finish. Continue reading for our full, stylized iPad mini rundown.

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PSA: Apple to Stream Today’s iPad mini Keynote Live

Absolutely looking forward to hearing each and every detail from Apple's event today about the iPad mini, Mac lineup refreshes, and the prospect of a possibly-refreshed 9.7" iPad? Watch it being unveiled for the first time (officially, that is) straight from Apple CEO Tim Cook and the recognizably-enthusiastic Apple crew today at 10am PST/1pm EST. Head after the break to find out how the event can be streamed live as it happens on Mac, iOS, PC, and Apple TV.

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Review: BoxWave EverTouch Capacitive Stylus (Can iOS Users Benefit from a Stylus?)

Rare is that an iPhone or iPad user has ever looked back at the stylus and thought that it could be of beneficial use to supplement the multi-touch interface of gestures and swipes. Perhaps that may ring true, although that does not mean that a stylus cannot add to the experience. Well, for the right user that is. BoxWave makes its own stride with a new stylus that has the claim to fame of a unique mesh tip, but is it enough to compel you to pick up the EverTouch stylus? Read on for our very complete thoughts on what a stylus can and cannot add in the touchscreen era.

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iPad Mini to Cost $329, Full Pricing Breakdown – iPA B)

Representing a likely-to-pan-out value, reports have begun pinning the iPad mini’s starting price at $329. For its 7.95″ glory, this is a price point that will fit it nicely in the market of budget tablets. We have the full rumored pricing breakdown after the break, so join us to see how much (or little) iPad mini will break the bank.

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How-to: Get $100 Back on a New iPad Purchased by Saturday (Hurry!)

Planning to purchase a shiny iPad this weekend? You may want to consider it now... if you are so inclined to go ahead with the risk (there is a return policy, so a discounted current-generation iPad should nonetheless be a sound investment) of ordering prior to the outcome of whether a fourth-generation iPad will be announced next week, then you could be in for one of the best deals that the"Retina Display iPad" has seen during its lifetime. Through a fairly-secretive deal, we will show you to get $100 back on a brand new, sealed iPad.

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iPad mini Event Invitation’s Hidden Meaning (Our Speculation) – iPA B

As the iPad mini announcement inches closer, we do believe the design of the invitation has a significance beyond alluding to a "little" tablet. If our hunches are right, Apple is planning to offer another product lineup that will give users options to personalize their iPad mini much more so than the current iPad. What exactly do we mean?

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iPad Mini Release Date Pointing Towards November 2 – iPA B)

With tensions running high over exactly what Apple may announce at its event scheduled for Tuesday, buyers are curious exactly when they will be able to order before the holiday masses. Clear your calendar, we are are hearing that iPad mini will be released on Friday, November 2. Apple typically

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