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Discussion in 'iPad' started by The Highlander, Mar 11, 2011.
I was really expecting 1gb ram....
Anyone else disappointed?
Nope, I have 7 pages open on safari and they have yet to reload when I got back to each one. Its awesome
No. User experience > being a spec whore.
If it runs smoothly then I'm not disappointed.
Nope. My iPad 2 runs great. Only prob I'm having is due to the app. (words with friends HD isn't multitasking supportive. Has to reload every time I switch, but that has nothing to do with ram.) iOS operates well under the hood. Not a RAM hog and utilizes everything great. Other tablets need more RAM cause their OS isn't built very well, imo.
Not the Playbook though, QNX only took 76MB of memory --- 948MB freemem for apps. Last 10-20 second of the video.
If it had a gig it would xoom
someone explain what the a5 chip does for the slow people
Different experience for me. 5 pages open: engadget, 2 macrumors page, google search result, YouTube m. I watched two videos returned back to each page and everyone of them reloaded.
Of course you would always like to have more memory but I have been very happy so far. I didn't have an iPad 1 but I am really impressed with the iPad 2
Oh god not this again. Are you finding that 512 isn't enough and the iPad 2 is stuttering on you???? Jeez
I did a similar test and nothing reloaded. So far no memory issue for me.
+1. User experience is increasingly becoming more and more important and hardware specs are nice, but if there's a lousy user experience, than its not worth all the shiny parts under the hood. I know of several people, myself included, who did not buy a Xoom because of the poor user experience with the user interface. As far as I can tell, the current iteration of Honeycomb is not up to snuff. The only candiate with a reasonably better user experience would be HP's TouchPad, but since that tablet is not officially released yet and we have only seen demos, iOS holds the cake for now.