So your wife likes them small eh?My wife loves her 7" Playbook. I find it too cramped.
I actually am debating getting the Mini and get a data plan to replace my iPhone... all I do is iMessage people and I have Talkatone/Google Voice for the very very rare occasion I get a phone call and text people without iPhones.I agree. I own an iPad 3, and don't think I could go down in size. However, if I were buying one for the first time, I think I wouldn't mind the 8". Fits in one hand, and has 35% more screen area than 7" models. Like comparing 13", 15" and 17" laptops.
You must have BIG pockets.IMO I dont see the point of a smaller tablet if you have one already at 10.
I for one loooove the size of the normal Ipad. It feels like im reading a magazine or a book etc.
..... never said anything about fitting it into my pocket?You must have BIG pockets.
I can't fit my normal iPad into any of my jacket pockets, I could fit the Nexus 7 in, but is was a horrible little plastic thing with an awful keyboard and text selection.
For a "in the pocket" tablet to carry in the jacket pocket for reading magazines, websites so on through the day the smaller size of the mini is ideal.
It wouldn't replace my iPad, it will complement it.
There are lots of people who currently or previously owned a full sized iPad, me being one of them, and I think the mini is the most perfect size for my needs.I got the Mini but I'm selling it today, taking a loss etc. I have an Ipad 2 and 3 (New Ipad), I am not happy with the decreased screen size honestly and could kick myself. Oh well, live and learn. I do think if you did not have the larger ones already then the Mini is great. However, after the larger & great screens I can't get happy with this Hobbit of an iPad......
I did.Seriously wait til you can get your hands on it. I feel like a lot of people will change their minds about the iPad mini once the see it in person.