Today is a full week of me using a new iPad experience bought through a friend in Hong Kong. The New iPad purchased is a 16GB WiFi model and also contains iOS 5.1. The New iPad is also a third generation iPad and indirectly the iPad device is three years old since it was introduced in 2010.
This is my second Apple iPad after the iPad 1 I bought last year. Actually I wanted to buy an iPad 2 last year when it was announced but upon seeing its specs that only use low quality cameras, I canceled my plan and bought the iPad 1. When the New iPad was announced that would bring a camera with a 5Megapixel imaging chip, I kept wanting to buy it .
The question is, is it worth owning given that there are now so many tablet options on the market? That’s what I’m going to review today and let’s take a look at the specs of the New iPad.
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The New iPad features a 1GHz dual-core Cortex A9X processor that is also fitted with a chipset known as the A5X. This chipset powers four -core graphics power. The 9.7 -inch screen used is the same as the previous model but brings Retina display support, which raises their pixel resolution by 2048 x 1536. The RAM memory capacity is also increased to 1GB. With a faster processor, this New iPad is still able to operate at the same period; as the previous model only the battery thickness is added slightly but not significantly.
For the New Apple iPad imaging technology, Apple loaded the iSight camera, with a 5-Megapixel sensor and auto-focusing support. There is also a vibration damper (stabilization) to help users take pictures and record videos without vibration. The recorded video has a 1080p standard and is recorded at a speed of 30FPS.
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