Not surprisingly, the glass on the larger iPad 3 has a harder time holding up to drops.
I think I might need a support group -- I seem to be hooked on gadget snuff films.
The latest one from my hookup, the device warranty outfit SquareTrade, sees a third-generation iPad, the iPad Mini, and the Google Nexus 7 being methodically abused to see which holds up best.
The real development in this latest in a long series of face-off videos is the use of a new "drop-bot" that helps ensure a more fair drop of each device. In the past, the fate of each tortured device seemed to depend o... [Read more]Related Links:iPad Mini, fourth-generation iPad reviews arriveiPhone 5 and Galaxy S III head to head... in a blenderFact-checking Phil Schiller on iPad Mini vs. Nexus 7Always On torture-test giveaway: One iPhone 4S (bricked)For some tablets, iPad Mini is a big threat in a little package
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