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8 Reasons For
On average Apple A9 processor tablets have excellent ratings compared to other brands as do all tablets built by Apple.
Just Released Eight Months Ago
This tablet was released just eight months ago, so it is likely to have better features than some of the older tablets.
Quite High Rear Camera Resolution
The iPad Pro has one of the higher rear camera resolutions (12 megapixels) amongst tablets of this age. The rear camera resolutions of tablet computers that were released in the last year range from 5MP to 12MP.
We compared all the other 12MP rear camera resolution tablet computers to this tablet and we think the Apple iPad Pro (£534.99) which is cheaper is also worth considering.
3840 X 2160 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution
This tablet has a maximum video resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is the most frequently found maximum video resolution on new tablets.
Quite High Front Camera Resolution
Across all the A9 processor tablets that have been around for the last year the front camera resolutions range from 1.1MP to 5MP. With a front camera resolution of 5 megapixels, the iPad Pro has a fairly high front camera resolution compared to most of the other new tablets.
1080p Video Recording Mode
The iPad Pro has a higher video recording mode than most A9 processor tablets that have been around for the last year. This tablet computer has a 1080p video recording mode, whereas most latest A9 processor tablets have a 720p video recording mode.
A 1080p video recording mode is in fact the best video recording mode amongst all similar spec tablets that were launched in the last year.
Amongst similar types of tablet computer the worst video recording mode is 720p.
+3 More reasons for
At only 437 grams, the iPad Pro is fairly light compared to most of the other A9 processor tablets that were launched around the same time as the iPad Pro. Recently released tablets have weights of between 370g and 730g, and the average weight is 520g.
At only 169.5 millimeters, the iPad Pro is fairly narrow compared to most of the other A9 processor tablets that have been available for a similar time to the iPad Pro. The widths of A9 processor tablets that are a similar age to the iPad Pro range from 130mm to 230mm, and the average width is 190mm.
2 Reasons Against
Not 3G Compatible
The Apple iPad Pro is not 3G compatible. Most of the other new A9 processor tablets are also not 3G compatible.
Tablet computers which are 3G compatible that might also be worth looking at include the Apple iPad Pro (£534.99).
Not 4G Compatible
Most A9 processor tablets that have been around for around the same time as the iPad Pro are not 4G compatible. The Apple iPad Pro is no exception to this as it too is not 4G compatible.
Tablets which are 4G compatible that might be worth considering include the Apple iPad Pro (£534.99).
2 Other reasons to consider the Apple iPad Pro
Average Internal Storage Capacity
At 128 gigabytes, the Apple iPad Pro has a relatively standard internal storage capacity compared to most of the other new A9 processor tablets.
It may also be worth also looking at one of the alternative 128GB internal storage capacity tablets currently available including because of it's better review score, the Apple iPad Pro (£629.99).
If you would prefer a tablet computer with a larger internal storage capacity then you might want to consider the Apple iPad Pro (£628.22) (256GB).
Average Screen Size
The Apple iPad Pro has a relatively average screen size (9.7 inches) compared to most of the other recently released tablets.
We think you might also be interested in some of the other 9.7" tablet computers currently available including the Apple iPad Pro (£534.99) which is cheaper.
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