November 19, 2012

The iPad Mini Will Kill Your PC

Tim Bajarin, PC Magazine

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Many of us at Creative Strategies have been testing iPad minis for a few weeks now and it is growing clearer that this smaller tablet form factor will become the most important tablet for consumers in the future. The main reason is that it's light, it's thin, and, in the iPad's case, it delivers a best in breed tablet experience. Also, these smaller tablets will always be cheaper than larger tablets because the bill of materials (BOM) will always be less expensive than that of the bigger models.

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TAGGED: computers, PC, iPad Mini


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