[NTLK] iPad1 and iPad2
shawn_harley at sbcglobal.net
Fri Oct 7 23:21:15 EDT 2011
And if you have a Micro Center nearby, check their stock for open box and refurbs as well.
On Oct 7, 2011, at 11:05 PM, Peter Fraser wrote:
> No matter what you select, a refurb bought directly from Apple is the smart choice. Identical warranty to new and $50 or more cheaper. Free shipping too.
> Sent from my iPhone
> -- Peter
> pjfraser at mac.com
> On Oct 7, 2011, at 7:52 PM, Dennis Swaney <romad at aol.com> wrote:
>> iPad 2 can be purchased: new, in white or black, and for use on the
>> Verizon or AT&T cell networks.
>> Original iPad can only be purchased: used, in black, and for AT&T network.
>> Or you could wait for the iPad 3!
>> Sent via my GMail webmail
>> On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 10:59 AM, Clu <drclu at swbell.net> wrote:
>>> So my wife tells me:
>>> "Well- now that a legend is gone, we should think about picking up a
>>> piece of history. I say an iphone or pad."
>>> Gotta hand it to her, a cute way to ask. And we are doing ok.
>>> Besides, all these times of telling her "You want an Apple tablet? I
>>> gave you a Newton already..." is getting old as a gag. :P
>>> So what advice do you all have to give on the iPads? Is the iPad2
>>> worth it enough to get it over a iPad1? What is so great about the 2nd
>>> pad over the first one?
>>> Any particular model to avoid?
>>> Any model the better of the pads in terms of how it's built, being
>>> stable, and dependability?
>>> Thanks all,
>>> Greg / Doc Clu
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