iPad Review: Apple iPad vs. Apple iPad 3G

iPad News: Late January of this year, we saw Apple’s tablet PC called iPad unveiled by Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs. We already knew some of its features and we got a lot of feedbacks as it was reviewed by a lot of users who got interested and bought it.

Back then, a lot said that this iPad was more of a big iPod Touch or iPhone because it resembled most features of these gadgets from the same company.

So what are some of the reviews of this Apple iPad 3G? What are its differences to the normal Apple iPad? Apparently, it is good to note that all iPad models come with built in 802.11 Wi-Fi. However, if you want to extend your network coverage further, you need to choose iPad 3G and sign up for access to 3G data service.

Apple iPad 3G has the following extra network features that are not available to the average iPad: UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz) and GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)

With the added network features above, iPad 3G offers superfast data speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps over 3G cellular networks around the world. It’s the perfect tablet PC you need when you’re out and with no access to a Wi-Fi network, because you can still get a fast connection for surfing the web, sending and receiving email, or getting directions as long as you have a strong 3G network signal.

In addition, iPad 3G has no contract on 3G service. This means you have to avail the 3G service of a cellular network in order to use its 3G. If you are residing in the United States, you can avail a 3G service through a deal with AT & T. A monthly 250MB bandwidth limit will cost you $14.99 while an unlimited bandwidth will cost you $29.99.