Apple iPad Pro Wi-Fi 32GB

Comparing prices from 4 retailersPrices checked: 23rd August 2017 @ 12:55. RRP: £679
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Bigger and better than before, the iPad Pro retains its predecessor’s thin, lightweight design yet boosts your viewing pleasure as it’s fitted with a 12.9-inch Retina display. This means you get 78 per cent more display area than the iPad Air 2 and a jaw-dropping 5.6 million pixels for top-quality resolution and vibrant colours to make your photos look better than ever. Elegant shape Although the display of the iPad Pro has increased by 78%, it weighs only 713 grams with a thickness of 6.9mm to ensure it feels light yet solid in your hand. This is achieved by constructing it with a strong, durable and lightweight aluminium unibody.

New technology for Retina display On top of the stunning graphics, the iPad Pro is designed with a Multi-Touch subsystem to give you the option to use your finger or an Apple Pencil when interacting with the device. Apple has made the images look better on iPad Pro by improving the alignment of the display’s liquid crystal molecules to enhance the contrast on your photos. The refresh rate has been cut by half to make this device more energy efficient. Sound taken up a notch The four stereo speakers are built directly into the unibody shell to offer you 61 per cent more back volume compared to other iPads. This means you can enjoy three times more output to make your movie experience and gaming sessions even more mind blowing and immersive. There’s a speaker in every corner delivering bass frequency, with the top two designed to produce a higher frequency.

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