Apple iPad Air
Apple continues to amaze the world with engineering prowess. Its latest feat, the iPad Air, is the world's lightest full-size tablet that also happens to be the company's most powerful ever. With an all-new 64-bit A7 SoC, MIMO Wi-Fi up to 300 Mbps, 10-hour battery and expanded LTE coverage, it's a one-pound, wafer-thin slate with just as much pixel power and screen real estate as before but is smaller, thinner and lighter. The 9.7-inch IPS Retina display puts out 2,048-x-1,536 pixels, a density of 264 ppi. iPad Air is available with 16, 32, 64 or 128 GB of storage starting at $499 with Wi-Fi only; add $100 for each storage increment. Models with Wi-Fi and cellular radios start at $629 and inflate by the same increments.