First off, I really hope this is in the right section of the forums. I've had the 3rd generation iPad (Black 32GB) since launch day (March 2012). I purchased it for college (note-taking, web browsing, etc.) but found it more of a hassle to use than my MacBook Pro. So, I've decided to sell it. I posted an ad on Craigslist last night with no set price (had it at $500 last week and had no luck). The two highest offers I've gotten are $300 and $350. Is it just me, or does this seem a bit low? Whenever I tell them that it's in like-new condition (which it is - no scratches, dents, etc. and screen is perfect) and was looking for something in the $400-$450 range, the sale is automatically blown. Does anyone know why the iPad's street price seems to be so low (could be just me)? Is it because there's now a 4th generation iPad? Even then, I wouldn't have expected that much of a price drop. Heck, I sold my 8GB 2nd generation iPod Touch (with scratches on the chrome) in September 2010, right after the 4th generation was released, for $115 (50% off original price). Wouldn't a device (iPad 3rd generation) that's less than a year old sell for a bit more than half of its original sale? ...Or maybe I'm just crazy. Just wondering what other people's ideas are on this.