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About iPad Mini 64GB Wifi + Giftbox Giveaway
The iPad mini is Apple’s latest tablet to get a Pro-style makeover, with the same attractive aluminum enclosure as the iPad Pro and iPad Air. It measures 7.7 by 5.3 by 0.3 inches (HWD) and weighs just 10.4 ounces, making it far easier to hold for an extended period than the 9.8-by-6.8-by-0.3-inch, 1.1-pound iPad.
An 8.3-inch, 2,226-by-1,488-pixel display dominates the front of the tablet. It’s an anti-reflective, laminated LCD that’s bright enough to see in direct sunlight. And while it lacks the 120Hz ProMotion display you get in pricier iPad Pro models, the difference between 60Hz and 120Hz isn’t monumental. Sure, screens with a 120Hz refresh rate are smoother, but unless you’re already used to using one, the iPad mini feels pretty darn smooth.
Speaking of the display, let’s discuss the elephant in the room: Shortly after the tablet was released, stories about an alleged “jelly scrolling” issue started popping up all over the internet. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, jelly scrolling is a phenomenon that occurs when one side of a display refreshes slightly faster than the other. Jelly scrolling is common with many types of 60Hz display panels.
Display aside, Apple tweaked the Pro-style design language to work better with the iPad mini’s smaller form factor. The top of the slate is home to a power/Touch ID button, volume buttons, and a pair of speaker grilles. The Touch ID button is easy to reach and the volume buttons accommodate whatever orientation you’re using the tablet in.
The bottom of the device houses two additional speaker grilles and a USB-C charging port. The left side of the tablet is bare, while the right is home to a SIM slot and an Apple Pencil connector. While the second-generation Apple Pencil makes the iPad mini much more versatile, the connector’s placement adds a lot of width to the tablet; I found myself constantly removing the Pencil when I used the mini in portrait mode.
For the record, while there are four speaker grilles, only two of them hold actual speakers behind them; the other two are just there to balance out the design. So while the iPad mini doesn’t have the same quad-driver setup as the more expensive Pro models, its speakers still sound great. Maximum volume clocks in at 94dB and the soundstage is balanced, with mids pushed slightly forward and even some rumbles of bass.
To celebrate our new website launch we’re having our biggest giveaway EVER!
With our prize valued at over $1000, what are you waiting for?
iPad Mini 64GB Wifi (in the colour of your choice) +
Flower Arrangement (of your choice) +
Gift Box (of your choice)
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