Not sure the new iPad is worth the hype? Well, here are 5 (mostly lower-priced) options that each offer something a bit different.
Truth be told, if I purchase a tablet in the next few months, I'll be buying Apple's new 2012 iPad. Haters gonna hate, but from Bluetooth 4.0 support to the improved camera, incremental changes like this will likely lead to the best tablet on the market getting even better.
Even without the "I am the alpha and the omega" 2,048x1,536-pixel-resolution screen, I'd still choose the latest iPad. The ecosystem, app availability, and smooth and fast performance make it an easy choice for me.
That said, people have different tastes and the new iPad, despite the hype, doesn't do everything. In addition, not everyone can afford to pay a minimum of $500 for a tablet, and even if you can, you may want a few features Apple doesn't natively provide.
That's where these five tablets come in. Each tablet on the list are quality tablets that sport at least one feature the new iPad doesn't, be it a more affordable price or better port or feature support.
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