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- 7.9" multitouch capacitive screen at 1024 x 768 (163 ppi)
- 5.0 MP Rear Camera (records 1080p video), 1.2 MP Front Camera (records 720p video)
- WiFi a/b/g/n 2.4 Ghz and 5.0 Ghz
- BlueTooth 4.0
- Proprietary "Lightning" connector replaces Apple's long-time 30-pin iPod style connector.
- Built-in Speaker, Mic, 3.5 Headphone Jack
- Dual-core A5 CPU
- 16 GB / 32 GB / 64 GB storage
- No HDMI, no SD/MicroSD, no USB, no other ports
- Thin and Light, but not as narrow or short as most 7" devices on the market. (since it's basically an 8" screen, there is a reason for that)
- $329 16 GB WiFi-only
- $429 32 GB WiFi-only
- $529 64 GB WiFi-only
- $459 16 GB WiFi/4G
- $559 32 GB WiFi/4G
- $659 64 GB WiFi/4G
Also announced today, the iPad itself has been refreshed, the so-called "New iPad" is no more. The new-new iPad is dubbed the "iPad with Retina Display" and comes with a new A6 CPU. Still dual-core, but now with quad-core graphics. The old "New iPad" has been retired, but if you act fast you can pick up a "refurbished New iPad" for $50 more than the iPad Mini. They are still offering the iPad 2 for some reason.
Even the names are confusing. You have the iPad 2, the iPad Mini, and the iPad with Retina Display. To me, the iPad 2 sounds more "up-to-date" than the others, even though it is the least powerful of the bunch.