Apple® - iPad™ with Wi-Fi + 3G - 32GB
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9.7" (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology
3G data service (data plan sold separately)
Built-in Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n)
Up to 9 hours of battery life
When surfing the Web using the 3G data network.
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology
1.6 lbs. and 0.5" thin
iPad comes with Safari, Mail, Photos, Videos, YouTube, iPod, iTunes, App Store, Maps, Notes, Calendar and Contacts applications.
Browse, buy and read eBooks from the iBooks app, available as a free download from the App Store.
32GB memory capacity
For storing your music, video, apps, photos and eBooks.
Assisted GPS, Cellular, Wi-Fi and digital compass.
Accelerometer and ambient light sensor.
Input and output
Dock connector port, 3.5mm stereo headphone jack, built-in speaker and microphone.
English, French, German, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese and Russian.
English (U.S.), English (UK), French (France, Canada), German, Japanese (QWERTY), Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, Italian, Simplified Chinese (Handwriting and Pinyin) and Russian.
English (U.S.), English (UK), French, French (Canadian), French (Swiss), German, Japanese, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, Italian, Simplified Chinese (Handwriting and Pinyin) and Russian.
Support for playback of closed-captioned content, VoiceOver screen reader, full-screen zoom magnification, white-on-black display and mono audio.
PC and Mac compatible
Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod touch and Mac are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPad and Multi-Touch are trademarks of Apple, Inc.
- Apple® iPad™ with Wi-Fi + 3G - 32GB
- Dock connector to USB cable, 10W power adapter
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent Product, but do you need 3G?Posted .
I bought an iPad with some reservation...do I really need this thing in my life? After spending 3 weeks with it, I can say undeniably that this is more than a gimmick product, or a frivolous splurge. This is the beginning of something amazing. Now, I really can't imagine life without it. The 9.7 in. display is mesmerizing, the boot-up time is instantaneous, the apps are great, and the browser speed (provided you have a good connection) will blow your mind. Having a fully-functional browser is what really stands this apart for me. Oh, and the battery life is unbelievable. With 'regular' usage, you're probably only gonna need a charge every 2 or 3 days. But then again, what's regular? The negatives of this model are well-documented elsewhere, but to re-iterate: - Price: Don't get 3G if you don't absolutely need it. I use my iPad in cyber cafes and at home. There have been only a few times where 3G connection would've been nice, but not enough to warrant the extra $120 you have to fork over. Although, I will say that the AT&T 3G cost is fair and non-exclusive. Don't think you're getting roped into some kind of contract: You purchase bandwidth usage in bulk and use it until you run out. Again, I haven't had to use 3G yet, so buyer beware. - Not Flash compatible (which only means you can't go to some sites that are Flash-intensive). I have to say, this hasn't been a huge issue for me. - No cameras: The new model coming out next year will have these, so if you really need a camera, hold out...although the newer model has a smaller screen size too (which is a no-no for me) - Only one application at a time: This is the only pain in the rear for me. You can't open the browser, then minimize the browser to open up another application...or perhaps use Skype to talk to a friend while playing a game. Although, I have to say this isn't a huge issue either. All in all, an amazing product with a very bright future. I honestly see the world of technology being changed forever because of this beauty...no joke. The iPad has made me seriously reconsider my lifelong loyalty to PC-based computers. I'm overdue for a new desktop, and it will definitely be a Mac. No hesitations on this recommending this product. Just make sure 3G is what you really need!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Ipad vs NetbookPosted .
I have the iPad 32GB wifi + 3G, it is awesome. I am thinking about getting another one wifi only 16GB. So far, the only negative is not having a webcam. I definitely recommend the iPad over any netbook. Here is why - 1. Lightweight. 2. Smaller than netbook. 3. Better for travel. 4. Good looking device. 5. Touchscreen. 6. No need to store software cd's and manual, everything is stored in iTune for backup. 7. Applications / Games cost around free - $10. Less than a minute to download. 8. Applications / Games loads up in about a second compared to Windows apps. 9. No need to wait for Windows to bootup and/or shutdown. 10. Longer battery life (10 hours per charge). 11. Read eBook anywhere - couch, bed, traveling, car, outdoor, not with netbook. 12. No need for Anti-virus, spyware, firewall, drivers, etc to slow down your device. 13. Listen to music with speaker or headphone on the go. 14. Play games anywhere without being at home and not having to take game disk along. 15. No need to upgrade RAM, Video Card, drivers, etc. Apple products works exclusively with their products so speed is never an issue. Windows trys to be compatible with everything so it loads every drivers, ports, etc. which is why they are always slow. 16. Does not produce heat, like a laptop. Can't set it on lap due to heat. 17. It is easier to use. 18. Try using Safari (Apple's web-browser) on you PC; I did and web pages load up 3 times faster on my Windows PC. The problem is Internet Explorer. 19. Netbook - boring, iPad - WOW! Just ask around. 20. Resale value: PC / netbook - lose value after first use. Ipad - currently sells more than retail at online stores. 21. It can also be use as a digital picture frame for photos. 22. Over 150,000 Applications and Games to download on the Apple's AppStore. 23. Pay as you go 3G data plan (no contract).I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Never leave home without it!!!Posted .
I've had my iPad for six months now and figured I could write a reasonable and fair review... Overall this is a great device for those on the move that still need access to the internet or reference material. So far the main reason I find myself using the iPad is for listening to music, reading books and browsing the web. It's much more convenient to have a small device on your lap instead of huge bulky laptop...NO THIS IS NOT A LAPTOP REPLACEMENT but it is a mobile device that replaces the need to carry around a laptop for minor things like browsing the web...etc The battery life is great on this device...I use it everyday but find myself only charging it roughly once a week. I recommend changing your brightness to half way which really saves the battery. Sound from this device is also decent. One thing I do recommend is to get a protective screen cover. Doing so will cut down on the glare from the light along with minimizing the dreadful fingerprints. Overall I would recommend this device to others who are looking for a mobile device but not to those who are in the market for a laptop...once again this is not a laptop replacement!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Loved the iPad so much I exchanged the WiFi for 3GPosted .
I loved the iPad Wi-Fi so much that I exchanged it for the 3G version when it came out. At first I was convinced that I wouldn't use it much outside of the house and therefore didn't need 3G-- but boy was I wrong. Once you start using the iPad-- it's hard to put it down. I almost don't even like using my iPhone anymore for internet/email/apps because I'd rather look at it on the 'big screen'. I've used the iPad for travel, school--- while waiting for hours on end at the DMV. I purchased the $29 dock and already had a bluetooth apple keyboard. I can use it to respond to emails, review PDFs, PowerPoint, sync with MS Exchange, listen to music, watch netflix, read the WSJ, check Facebook--- all in the same device. It's like the 'magical book' that fell out of the sky. I have no buyer's remorse. It is NOT a laptop replacement- and was never advertised as such. If you need to be typing long documents or graphic design on the road-- stick with your laptop, but if you know you won't need much past internet, email, and short letters--- the iPad is about 5lbs lighter and much easier to travel with.-- Worst case scenario when travelling-- most hotels have business centers- so if an emergency comes up- you can always use one of their desktops. The other great thing about the iPad is that you'll find yourself curling up in bed to read your iPad rather than reading a book. Laptops are too big and awkward to balance on your lap when you're trying to fall asleep-- and the iPad feels as natural as a book when you're trying to surf the web from your couch. I recommend DropBox to keep your files in sync, GoodReader for email attachements and PDF reading, Pages for word processing, Early edition for RSS feeds, Zinio for magazines, and IM+ for your chat clients.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Very good computer/tablet/toy but...Posted .
This is a great toy / laptop. I travel a good bit and have been able to use my ipad a lot. The unit itself is great; as always it has a wonderful touch screen (apple products are the best on the market for that), is very snappy and easy to use. The wi-fi and 3G connections could be improved. I have an EVO and Droid in our house and both seem to get better cell service / coverage and wi-fi signal. That being said, I have had no trouble connecting with only one bar showing and can't remember ever getting disconnected. I would like to see Apple include some sort of USB connection, and the case selection out there is not very good, they are bulky and expensive or very cheaply and still expensive. For the most part I love my ipad and hope this becomes a trend...the laptop is nice but I would much rather carry this on trips!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Better than "Sliced Bread" !Posted .
I bought the 3-G / WiFi 32-GB model. So far, over 4,000 pictures and 100 'FREE' apps downloaded, and just loving it. Syncs easily with my Dell laptop. Looking at my 401K - I can keep tabs on my stocks instantly, and check out CNBC news and real time quotes ANYWHERE I am. I do NOT have to sit in an office or at my home desk any longer - I can move about freely and still be tied to EVERYTHING on the internet. As a Florida licensed Broker/Associate Realtor(R) and Mortgage Broker, using the wireless entry to the Multiple Listing Service, I can assist my clients, and SHOW them incredibly great Photos of any home they are interested in. And there are many more LOCATION BASED "Apps" that show all the homes and condos in the surrounding areas. At home, I use 'Yahoo Entertainment' app to 'see' what is on TV, and for my grandkids, I have 2 pages of Apps for my 4-1/2 year old, and 1 page of kids apps for my 11-month old. In the car, I use Trapster to tell me where all the Police and Red Light cameras are, and it also shows traffic congestion points too. The bottom line is very simple - just use it for a half-hour, and you will be ADDICTED to it - not just because my 11-month old granddaughter can play with it, but because you will SEE and FEEL the usefulness of it to yourself. I also bought the Bluetooth Keyboard so that I do not have to be 'attached' to the iPad (as with the combo keyboard/stand). You do NOT need to buy a separate Keyboard though - as the iPad's virtual keyboard is plenty good - but just easier when at my desk. Also, for WiFi usage, I got the Apple AirPort Express N-Router - which is separately reviewed and works just great. Enjoy.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great product. Just not for mePosted .
I have an Iphone 4 and a MacBook Pro and love them both. I thought the Ipad would be a good addition to take with me when I travel. I tested it for a week and just returned today. Here's why. The Ipad worked flawlessly. I had no connection issues with either the 3G or WiFi. Apps performed the same as on my Iphone. Screen was nice and bright. No quality issues. However, for me it was an expensive Ipod. I can access my Itunes from Iphone and majority of apps I use on a daily basis are on my Iphone. I couldn't justify the cost of the Ipad as a way to view email, surf the internet, watch movies, and listen to music. Great unit but was just not for me.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great IPADPosted .
This is my first Apple product and I love it. It is so easy to use and the WiFi works great and it is so fast. The screen is so sharpe that if you rent movies it looks like HD even if the movie is not. Netflix works great. Internet use is easy and sending email is just like a computer. I have down loaded movies from my DVD collection for travel and each movie took less then 1gb space so I have 12 on it and it stills has 17gb free. The 3g network is good and will come in handy at times and the best point is you don't have a contract and can cancel and signup any time you want. Apps is the best feature and there are a couple 100,000 of them if you can't find one to use you'll never find one. I would buy a 2nd one for my wife but I'll share. This is the future and I can't wait to see what happens in the next 10 years and for info I'm 62.I would recommend this to a friend