gadget-rewards.info Click here and get free Apple Ipad 2 tablet! One of the most impressive things about the iPad 2 is its price. In the US, it will cost the same as the first iPad, but here in the UK it will be £30 cheaper than the original iPad was when it launched. You’ll pay £399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi-only iPad 2, £479 for the 32GB model and £559 for the 64GB version. For the iPad 2 with both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, you’re looking at an extra £100 across all models. Check our roundup to see which operators will be selling the iPad 2. It will be available on 25 March in the UK. We’re going to take a fresh look at the iPad 2, so you don’t have to refer to our review of the original iPad. If you have read that review, or are familiar with the iPad already, you may want to skip ahead to the ‘Should I upgrade?’ section. Simple is as simple does Lacking a built-in physical keyboard or mouse, Apple’s wisely aimed to keep the iPad 2′s interface simple — small icons and fiddly tasks aren’t welcome on a tablet, because you have to control it with your blunt, fleshy fingers. With the same touch-friendly user interface as the iPhone, but a bigger screen, even babies and catscould use the iPad 2. If you’ve ever used an iPhone or iPod touch, the iPad 2 will feel immediately familiar. A single button below the screen brings you back to the home screen, and the main menu consists of a bunch of rectangular icons that you press to run various features and apps. The iPad 2′s simplicity …
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