The long-awaited iPad Mini may be Apple’s response to the boom in cheap, small Android tablets, but rather than joining the crowd, the company carved out a new category. With a starting price of $329, the lightweight, aluminum-clad Mini is neither cheap nor cheap-feeling, and its 7.9″ screen is decidedly roomier than 7″ models. The display’s resolution doesn’t match that of some lower-cost Android models let alone the full-size iPad, but it’s tolerable. And the Mini has one thing which no Android model offers at any price: It runs hundreds of thousands of iPad apps, by far the biggest and best tablet software selection in the business.
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