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[ABTco.us quiz] Which iPad is right for you?

[ABTco.us quiz] Which iPad is right for you?

[ABTco.us test] Which iPad is right for you?

This week Apple introduced the next generation of iPad mini and iPad Air tablets, and many of you are probably wondering which one is the best one to get? We hope that our test will help you make the right decision.


At the end of the test, you can compare your score with the options below. So let's go.

Is your monthly income above 50,000 conventional units?

Yes - 1 point
No - 0 points

Does your lifestyle involve active movement?

Yes - 0 points
No - 1 point

Do you like to play mobile games?

Yes - 1 point
No - 0 points

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Do you often take pictures with a tablet?

Yes - 1 point
No - 0 points

Do you value ergonomics and lightness in a tablet?

Yes — 0 points
No — 1 point

Do you care what other people think about your gadget?

Yes - 1 point
No - 0 points

Do you attach great importance to the protection of personal data?

Yes - 1 point
No - 0 points

Do you use your tablet for more than one hour a day?

Yes — 1 point
No — 0 points

Is a tablet more of a mobile communication tool for you?

Yes - 0 points
No - 1 point

Do you use a tablet to create content?

Yes — 1 point
No — 0 points

From 0 to 2 points: If you are going to buy a tablet to check email and occasionally chat on social networks - do not spend a lot of money and get your first iPad mini, you do not need more.

From 3 to 5 points : If portability is your thing, but image quality and performance are just as important to you, we recommend the iPad mini Retina. And if you're also concerned about privacy, the iPad mini 3 might be better for you.

6 to 8 points: Working in Pages on an iPad or using a tablet version of iPhoto isn't for you some kind of perversion, but an everyday routine. But you don't want to spend a lot of money, so the first generation iPad Air is your best bet.

Age 8 and up: You want the most up-to-date gadget, plus Are you a hardcore gamer? The only reason you're not currently reading this post from an iPad Air 2 screen is because the tablet isn't on sale yet.



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