Apple iPad (First Generation) MC496LL/A Tablet (32GB, Wifi + 3G)

August 24, 2013 - Comment

3G & WiFi enabled. Data Plan sold separately through AT&T. No contract required. Product Features Apple iOS 4, Apple A4 1 GHz 32 GB integrated 9.7-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology WiFi 802.11a/g/n 1.6 lbs &nbsp

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3G & WiFi enabled. Data Plan sold separately through AT&T. No contract required.

Product Features

  • Apple iOS 4, Apple A4 1 GHz
  • 32 GB integrated
  • 9.7-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology
  • WiFi 802.11a/g/n
  • 1.6 lbs

 

Comments

Craig Whisenhunt says:

A leap in the right direction I’ve now spent the better part of a day playing with the new iPad, and while it excels in many things there are still some things anyone considering buying one should probably keep in mind.First the good sides:This thing is very fast, opening and closing applications is quick, the screen is incredibly responsive, there is no lag while typing, and the built in Safari browser does a great job of quickly loading even graphic intense pages.The not so good sides:As has been thoroughly pointed out, there is not presently much in the way of multitasking within the iPhone OS, but with most expectations pointing towards a summer release of OS 4.0 this might be remedied by mid summer, and almost certainly by a generation 2 release. That said, it should be kept in mind that on such a little screen being able to view multiple applications at once will likely never be something you’ll use, and the speed by which you can open and close applications…

Just Trying to Help says:

Everyone wants things to be simpler, and along comes this simple thing. The main difference between this item, and the wi-fi only version, is of course the sim card with 3G. So, before I talk about the iPad in general, I’d like to explain my take on the 3G.3G Performance:The BOTTOM LINE: Works good as long as you aren’t using it in a moving car. I ran an internet speed test on it and in the metro area it was 1.2Mbps down and 210kbps up, which is decent.The DETAILS: If you are doing basic computing, you will be able to be anywhere within a 3G service area to enjoy the internet. (If 3g service sucks in your area, don’t buy an iPad 3g) Here is the only problem: when you pass from tower to tower the signal can hang as the data has to be rerouted to the new tower. Lets put this another way. If you are using the iPad netflix app to stream “Kim Possible season 3” videos to your iPad while driving at 60 MPH it will “hang” during the 22 minute show. In summary: The AT&T 3G works the same as my 3G expresscard from Verizon…

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