Apple today announced a whole slew of new products including a new thinner 13" MacBook Pro Retina, another upgrade to the iPad, and a new iMac. The biggest change of the day was that Apple has added another entrant into the tablet marketplace, the iPad Mini, its first foray into the mini tablet niche. Building upon previous successes with its existing iPad models, Apple is aiming to capture a demographic looking for a less expensive and/or smaller tablet (though it's a more expensive option than some).
The mini tablet market tends to be split between offering a larger environment for tv watching / book reading than e-readers as well as offering a lightweight computing option. Apple's new iPad Mini comes with some impressive features:
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