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Komando: Which iPad should you buy?

7:14 AM, Dec. 27, 2012
The smaller size and lighter weight of the iPad mini makes it a perfect fit in kids' hands. And the iPad mini operates in a super-fast, crisp manner, with a battery that lasts 10 hours. (Gannett/File)
The smaller size and lighter weight of the iPad mini makes it a perfect fit in kids' hands. And the iPad mini operates in a super-fast, crisp manner, with a battery that lasts 10 hours. (Gannett/File)
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Which iPad to buy?

Q. I want to buy an iPad, but I see there are a bunch of different models. Which one is right for me? How much storage do I need?

A. The big decision you have to make is whether you want an iPad with Retina display, iPad Mini or iPad 2. I would pick the Mini if you want a one-handed gadget that's great for gaming or browsing. Pick the Retina display iPad if you want to watch movies, since it has the best screen. If you just want a cheap, quality tablet, stick with the iPad 2. As for storage, the smaller 16 gigabyte version should be enough for most people. If you really need more ...

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