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Old 09-27-2012, 02:01 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by jocampo View Post
I must admit I heavily criticized the new iPad. Part because , in my opinion, didn't see big, big changes. And part because its weight went up a bit. I mainly use it for reading, so holding a device comfortably in my hands is key for that.

But I left work really early past Friday and went to Verizon. I played with it for about 15 min and boy ... the books and PDFs look really crisp, I mean, really! Small fonts are sharp and defined. I pulled the trigger (should I say the wallet?) ...and bought the 4G 16GB model.

At home, I was able to do side by side comparison and the difference is noticeable, no psychological effect here. It's a fact!

Planning to sell my beloved white iPad 2 soon.

The iPad 3 and Kindle paperwhite will be my new favorite reading combo set ... :-) ... Still I need to reevaluate and keep using my Nexus 7and see if the device fills any reading gap or not.
Your analysis is impressive.
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