The original iPad and iPad 2 were impressive pieces of technology when released, but users already realize that it’s the time to replace them. Despite the solid workmanship, even the iPad can’t stand the torture of time; after constant use, their screen may be covered in scratches and a corner may be cracked slightly due to accidental drops. Despite their strongly established loyalty, many iPad users seeking more compact tablets may be compelled to switch sides to Android crowd.
Google is expected to release the 2nd generation Nexus 7 tablet in May, months before the 2nd generation iPad Mini is released at October. Again, it’s a bit hard keeping up with this kind predictions and it is also tough trying to know which one we need to pay attention to.
The successor of the original Nexus 7 may have 1920 x 1200 display with edge-to-edge design, while the iPad Mini 2 is rumored to have a 2048 x 1536 display. Google’s next solution is quite likely much cheaper than the iPad Mini 2.