The iPad mini is designed for 2 hand use and can be comfortably be held in one hand. The iPhone can be easily operated by the hand that is holding it.

]]>If a 7″ diagonal display is square, each side would be 4.95 inches long and the area would be 24.5 sq in. If instead one side is only 1 inch long, the other would be about 6.9 inches and the area of the display would be only about 6.9 sq in. The more obliong the display, the less viewing area.

“a squared + b squared = c squared”

]]>Apple seriously dropped the ball on this one. I’d MUCH RATHER have a iPad 3/4 then a mini. And i like how there’s no mention of how the Nexus 7 can tap unlimited external storage via OTG. Pairing a Nexus 7 and an iPad 3/4 makes for a good working combo where each fills in the weaknesses of each other. Unless you have oodles and oodles of apps on Apple, there’s no reason to buy a Mini. And even then, is it worth spending $80 more for an inferior product compared to BOTH the Kindle Fire HD and the Nexus 7? Maybe if you got $160 in apps in Apple…

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