iPad vsiPad 2 Which one will you choose?
Display: 9.7-inchLED-backlit IPS LCD • Resolution: 1024 x 768 • Processor: 1GHz Apple A4 • Graphics: PowerVR SGX 535 • Memory: 256GB of RAM • Storage: 16GB / 32GB / 64GB • Front Camera: None • Rear Camera: None • Cellular radio: EDGE plus triband HSPA • Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n • Bluetooth: 2.1 + EDR • Accelerometer: 3 Axis • Gyroscope: None • Thickness: 13.4 mm • Weight: 680g (Wi-fi) 730g (Wi-fi + 3G) ipad
Display: 9.7-inchLED-backlit IPS LCD • Resolution: 1024 x 768 • Processor: 1GHz dual-core Apple A5 • Graphics: ??? • Memory: ??? • Storage: 16GB / 32GB / 64GB • Front Camera: VGA • Rear: 720p • Cellular Radio: EDGE plus quadband HSPA or CDMA/ EV-DO Rev. A • Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n • Bluetooth: 2.1 + EDR • Accelerometer: 3 axis • Gyroscope: 3 axis • Thickness: 8.8 mm • Weight: 601g (wi-fi), 602g (verizon) Or 613g (AT&T) ipad 2
Running GLBenchmark, a GPU testing program, the iPad 2 was able to substantially more textured triangles-per-second than the iPad, delivering close to 10 million-per-second, while the original's rate was just shy of 6 million. Comparing Graphics
As impressive as the iPad 2's ability triangle rendering rate was, its ability to render textures was even better. The iPad 2 was able to produce nearly a billion texels (texture pixels) per second, whereas the original could only produce about 228 million per second. Comparing Graphics
Electronic Arts has also given Dead Space HD a small facelift for iPad 2, adding higher resolution characters and enemies, dynamic lighting, multisampling, cube mapping, and Fresnel shaders. Edges are smoother and the environmental lighting is a lot more varied, creating a more immersive, more realistic experience. Brightness Compare
The iPad is was priced at $599 with 32 gb and $729 with 32 gb and 3G • The iPad 2 is priced at $519 CAN + $40 cover and 32 gb Prices!!!!
Though Real Racing 2 had previously been available on the iPhone, the iPad-compatible version, Real Racing 2 HD, made its debut with the iPad 2. Though it is capable of running on the original iPad, its clear it is meant to be played on the iPad 2, with substantially better performance, more detailed car models, and improved track textures. Though Real Racing 2 HD made its debut alongside the launch of the iPad 2, Asphalt 6 was an existing racing title updated for the iPad 2 which took the core framework of the original version and added performance updates and a number of subtler graphical tweaks. Among the graphics adjustments made were new real-time reflection, lighting, and shadow effects, as well as motion blur during "Adrenaline" boosts and crash sequences, improved smoke, collision, and off road driving particle effects. The changes, while notable, are harder to identify when compared side-by-side with the original. Graphics Compare
What would I choose? iPad 2 The Final Decision…
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