+1. Especially if you're like me and want every iPad version that comes out. I will keep my original iPad 16G Wifi+3G which is almost full, memory wise. Then when the iPad 3 comes out I will get the 16G again but maybe that time it will have 4G....and so on and so on....16gb wifi.
You should jailbreak and daisy chain those suckers to have some iPad monster sharing all that storage. Better yet find a way to involve a flash drive in there and create the ultimate iPad beast.+1. Especially if you're like me and want every iPad version that comes out. I will keep my original iPad 16G Wifi+3G which is almost full, memory wise. Then when the iPad 3 comes out I will get the 16G again but maybe that time it will have 4G....and so on and so on....
Flash prices have dropped a lot in in the last year, but Apple is still charging the same amount for each memory bump. The larger configs are subsidizing the new goodies in the iPad 2 (as well as increasing Apple's profit margin on these products). The best *value* is the smallest memory config. Whether that actually meets your needs is another question.Which model of the iPad 2 is the best value?
Not here to fight, but how is having the additional feature of 3G and GPS "too restricted" compared to not having it? And the idea of a one-size-fits-all answer ignores the fact that different people have different uses. I've traveled outside the US with my 3G iPad in areas where "free WiFi" was not the norm, but a 3G microSIM was available. I could argue that not having 3G in that case would be "too restricted."the 3g is just not worth it. too restricted in overall usage.
if you can get a mifi, go with a wifi only - think about how much you really need the on-the-go access and evaluate the monthly cost.
some will say anything over 16GB is too much - but if you are going to be using it away from home, the 32 or 64 might be your answer.
I'll disagree, The 3G is worth the 100 bucks or so when you need accurate Mapping..IMO, 3G isn't worth it. I have wifi almost everywhere I go. I never feel like I need more connectivity. As for size...well that depends. I'm going with 64 as I don't want to have to pick and choose what to keep/remove from my device. I have the 16g iPhone and am constantly having to delete audiobooks because I dint have enough room.
Entirely depends on your needs and circumstances. Kind of asking 'what kind of vehicle you should buy'.I'm still trying to decide.