The iPad Mini is nigh but there's still time for a few last-minute leaks including the teeny tab's US pricing.
Rumour has it that the smallest-capacity iPad Mini (probably 8GB) will sell for $329 in the US – that's around £200 or AU$320, give or take a bit of tax.
Interestingly, the smallest-capacity iPad Mini is the only one expected to come with a cellular data connection (whether that's 3G or 4G, we don't know) so you cloud storage can pick up the slack.
The data-enabled iPad Mini is expected to set you back $459 (£286 or AU$445).
Higher capacity iPad Minis, which are said to come without a cellular data option as Wi-Fi only, are estimated to come in at $429 (£267 or AU$416) and $529 (£330 or AU$515).
These prices aren't far off what German site Mobile Geeks had procured in Euros, although we like these new prices because they come from 9to5Mac, a site with a good reputation for Apple news.
The good news is that all this speculation can be put to bed tomorrow at Apple's iPad Mini launch event where we'll find out if it's even a real product.
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