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Apple iPad 2 16GB (Black, Wi-Fi Only) - Genuine UK Stock

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  • 9.7-Inch Display: You'll be completely immersed in all your favourite things on the brilliant display with 1024x768 resolution.
  • A5 Chip: Powerful processing and fast graphics make everything quick, from launching apps to browsing the web. And its power-efficient design delivers up to 10 hours of battery life.
  • Two Cameras: iPad 2 features a front FaceTime camera for video calls and a back camera for still photos and 720p HD video recording.
  • Powerful Apps Included: iPad comes with great apps for sending email, browsing the web and making video calls. It also includes apps that let you do amazing things with your photos, movies, music, documents, spreadsheets and presentations.
  • Over 475,000 apps on the App Store: No matter what you love to do, there's probably an app for that. And because these apps are made specifically for iPad, they take full advantage of its advanced technologies.
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandApple
Item Weight1 Kg
Product Dimensions25.4 x 19.6 x 5.8 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Item model numberMC769
ColorBlack
Screen Size9.7 inches
Processor BrandARM
Processor TypeNone
Processor Speed1 GHz
RAM Size16 GB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Graphics Card DescriptionPowerVR SGX543MP2
Hardware PlatformMac
Operating SystemNone
Lithium Battery Energy Content6.93 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight1 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004TW8XHC
Best Sellers Rank 1,563 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
Date First Available26 Mar 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The second generation of the world's favourite tablet.

Box Contains

iPad 2
10W USB Power Adapter
Dock Connector to USB Cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

181 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Gary H on 11 Feb 2014
Just received my I pad 2 and checked the details. Despite the new box and shrink wrap packaging, the serial no. begins with "DK" and the product code with "RFB". This means that the product is "refurbished and not "new" as advertised. This is not only misleading but also illegal. Shame on you Amazon. This is not the first case mentioned in your reviews. Why don't these people realise that they have legal duties to supply products as advertised.
Refurbished models are significantly cheaper than the £299 that I have just paid. If I had wanted a refurbished I pad then I would have specified that requirement. I will be returning the product asap and referring the matter to Trading Standards.
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1,681 of 1,708 people found the following review helpful By SNS TOP 500 REVIEWER on 16 Aug 2011
**Edited to fix the spelling (etc) as I must have been half-drunk when typing this back in 2011**

I was one of those people who said "who needs an Ipad? why not just get a laptop when it does more!" and then I got an iPad and I now feel like an idiot because they are awesome.

BUT if you buy an iPad expecting it to replace your laptop, you will be disappointed for a few reasons...

1) An iPad isn't and never was designed to replace either a PC or a laptop; its a tablet device which compliments either a PC, Mac or a laptop.

2) An iPad has one massive disadvantage in regards to transferring data; it has no DVD drive or USB slot (but you can connect it to the PC via the provided connection and pull data on and off)!

Now if we look at what the iPad does offer, its an amazing piece of technology with immense potential.

I use mine for...

1) Word processing and spreadsheet creation.
2) Painting and drawing.
3) Internet browsing.
4) Music, videos and pod-casts.
5) Gaming.
6) Reading.
7) Emails.

You can't judge an iPad or any technology unless you know what functionality you need, and then measure whether it achieves that. All the above are what I required so it suits me perfectly.

To sum up an iPad; it is a a bigger, more powerful iPhone and it works...

Word processing and spreadsheet creation works a charm. Typing couldn't be easier, and with a wide range of word processing "apps" to buy and use. There are even "apps" which read and create MS documents too.

Internet Browsing, despite the lack of flash, is spot on. Most websites now are moving away from flash or offer a free "app" to download and use.
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1,337 of 1,387 people found the following review helpful By David on 19 May 2011
I'm sure the vast majority of those buying an iPad 2 will be very pleased with it. For the most part it lives up to the hype and is a very seductive piece of kit. After downloading iTunes onto the computer and registering, setting up the iPad is a doddle as it's simply a case of connecting it to the computer and the automatic 'synching' process does the rest.

Connecting to the internet via Wi-Fi with my 'N' router was as easy as entering the password and I have to say the response time of the Safari web browser was very impressive, with pages loading very quickly making web browsing a joy. The screen is a gem being bold and bright and large enough to be regarded as a serious web browsing monitor. The only slight criticism, which is often referred to, is how quickly the screen becomes covered in fingerprints. But I hasten to add the need to clean it only becomes apparent after you've turned the thing off and isn't a problem during use.

Of course, Apps are a huge attraction and there's a lot of fun to be had from browsing the App Store and downloading from the huge amount available, many of which are free and even the paid ones don't exactly break the bank. And apps can be downloaded directly onto the iPad, there's no need to sync them from the computer to the device.

If, like me, you enjoy keeping up with the news and catching up with missed TV programmes then apps like BBC iPlayer, Sky news for iPad, and the (currently free) Channel 4oD are obvious choices and are very impressive on the iPad. A YouTube app also comes as standard and there have been comments about losing Wi-Fi connection whilst using it which I did experience a few times. This may need to be fixed in a future update but it reconnected quickly and wasn't a big problem.
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644 of 669 people found the following review helpful By F. Patel TOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 May 2011
To be honest I wasn't really in the market for a tablet. But after I found I was using my smart phone in which to check my mail, check the news and finding myself getting somewhat frustrated at the small screen size I decided; "What the heck" and did a trawl for the best tablet for me. Initially the I-Pad was out of the running simply because of the price. But after looking around at the competition it soon became very clear, that actually the I-Pad was the only worthy contender: Dual Core Chip, fantastic build quality, capacitive touch screen and best of all it is so intuitive in use.

I ordered off of Apple (Got the free engraving) and through their website was able to check its progress: China, Middle East,Germany,England. The I-Pad arrives fully charged, however if like me and this is your first Apple product you need to download I-Tunes in which to register the product. (No other-way to get it working)

Well, to turn it on, you depress the wee button on the top of the Pad, It's up and running within seconds and I mean seconds. To access your mail touch the mail app (Ok,you do have to enter your e-mail details first) and again within seconds you are checking your e-mail. Check the internet, touch the Safari app (Safari is the Apple version of Window Explorer/Firefox/Opera etc) very smooth again within seconds I'm surfing the net.

The battery lasts around 10 hours and takes up to a couple to recharge.

Now I suppose the main selling point for a lot of people will be the applications (Apps) that are available. I simply bought a couple of pre-paid vouchers in town and entered them into my I-tunes account. Its as easy as that and you don't have to enter any bank details anywhere.
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