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Fall in love with iPad2

It's love at first sight for both techno geeks and those who know nothing about technology. Welcome the iPad 2.

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Following up on the wildly successful, market-defining tablet, Apple launched the iPad 2 this year. Its latest iteration is nearly identical to its first generation in its software and hardware. It is powered by a 1 GHz dual-core processor and boasts front and back facing cameras which bring to this tablet, Apple's unique face chat feature 'Facetime'. It is sleeker and lighter than its predecessor as the thickness has been scaled down to 8.8mm from 13.4mm and the weight has been reduced to 601g from 730g. In design, the iPad 2 leads from the front and offers stiff competition to competitors. It is an incredibly handsome and svelte package; the thin profile is thoughtfully crafted by combining tapered edges. A wide array of apps - like iMovie, Face Time, GarageBand - synced with the iPad 2 make it desirable. Despite nonstop playback, the gadget has an astonishing 10.5 hours battery life. A great accessory is Apple's Smart Covers, a screen protector in flap design. The protector's wellplaced magnets attach to the iPad's edges to keep the screen clean and put the gadget to sleep.
Website: www.apple.com/ipad

Samsung Galaxy S

With a 1 GHz processer and 512 MB dedicated RAM memory, this android went on to become one of the fastest selling phones in 2010. The 4-inch AMOLED multi-touch screen is scratch resistant and comes with 3-axis gyroscope, digital compass, proximity and light sensors and the SWYPE finger tracking text entry application. With 16 GB internal memory and an external microSD of 32 GB, surfing and downloading Apps from the Android Market becomes ever so interesting.
Website: www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxys

Nintendo 3DS

The latest from the wonderful Nintendo workshop is this handheld console that supports glasses-free 3D. It boasts three cameras which deliver 3D images and effects in games and movie viewing. The tag mode keeps the device activated and connected to wireless networks even when not in use, enabling constant updates from the internet. The in-built sensors make the device motion compatible.
Website: www.nintendo.com/3ds