iPad Air: A new benchmark that doesn’t weigh you down!
If you blind fold a person and give him something to hold, the first noticeable point is the weight, I mean the touch of the surface and everything is always there, but it’s how heavy the thing (it’s kinda to do with gravity I guess) is what pops first to a person’s mind, I wonder what would happen if that thing was the new Apple iPad –Air, Air? Yes that is what they want us to call it.
Losing almost 33% of it’s predecessors flab, the iPad is all set to give an awesome experience with almost no strain on hands. Also this would be the first time that an iPad can be held in just one hand. Besides the weight it’s also 20% slimmer but not something you notice unless you make an effort.
So we get it! The new iPad has lost weight and is also slimmer, what else?
No disappointments there as well, with the screen size of 9.7 inches and a Resolution of 2048 x 1536 it packs quite a punch!
From the processor point of view it would offer an A7 chip with 64 bit architecture along with a M7 motion co-processor enabling those apps to open and work almost instantly.
With a decent Battery life of 10 Hrs in terms of Video Playback it can engage you for the better part of the day.
Before we forget there is yet another thing that one doesn’t really notice unless it happens in the new iPad Air is when you put your thumb on the edge of the screen, the device is intelligent enough to know that you are just resting it and not wanting to flip the page.
Though many features that Apple highlights are still to stand the test of user experience post it’s launch on 1st November 2013 but one thing we can vouch safe is that with Apple creating the this product, they would have to try real hard to better this one!