Thursday, 8 March 2012


SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc's latest iPad sports a crisper display and an array of technology advances that, while less than revolutionary, may prove enough for now to keep rivals like Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd at bay.

While stopping short of vaulting ahead of Motorola and Samsung, the device -- which comes 4G-ready and boasts a quad-core graphics processor -- is capable enough to help safeguard its two-thirds market share. "The screen is a notable feature for non-techie customers, as is the faster connectivity. That's something that mainstream consumers can identify with," said Morningstar analyst Michael Holt. "There's pent-up demand because a new device was widely anticipated. I they've made enough incremental improvements to do well."

Other analysts say the faster processing may begin to draw heavy gamers, encroaching on turf now dominated by gaming-hardware makers such as Microsoft or Sony.

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Time and technologies....sometimes I'd like to think that they're competing with each another.
Apple has thus far proven to be the godfather of the arena when it comes to launching new things, although in the case of this new i-Pad, not all new but well-improved add ons.
This time I'm not so sure whether there'd be people sleeping outside the stores in order to get their hands on the latest iPad.
And yeah for its only purpose i.e. gaming, and varieties of art related applications which I especially favour the one that can produced fine art sketches, iPad is surely good for those on transits or killing time waiting. Besides that you can't do much.
Hopefully they will come out with ways disabling the loss of batt life after sometime not in use.
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