Apple iPad Pro 10.5

Jun 5, 2017

Category: Tech

Apple’s iPad has been the gold standard for tablet computers ever since the first iteration came out. And, from the looks of things, that’s not going to be changing anytime soon. Because the tech giant has just revealed their latest and greatest in the line, the iPad Pro 10.5

Though the display measures up at 20% larger than its predecessor and is the most advanced in the world, it is still just as thin and lightweight as its predecessor. And while that and the reduced bezels are certainly noteworthy, this handheld tablet’s innards are what really make it stand out. Because it is actually more powerful than most desktop PCs – thanks to its six-core A10X Fusion chip with a 12-core GPU. That means Apple was able to bump up the refresh rate of this new iteration to 120Hz for previously unheard of smoothness and responsiveness. And, if this one is still a bit too small, they’re also offering a 12.9-inch version – of which both are equipped with the same stellar camera as the iPhone 7. The new iPad Pro retails starting at $649.

Purchase: $649+

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