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WTD: iPad (preferably 32GB or 64GB) £400.00

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months agoFeedback:18 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi there, am really after a nice glossy new iPad to take to University with me! Sadly my student loan doesn't come through for a while so i'm strapped for cash. Would also like it to come with that cool case etc. if that's possible.

However i have things for trade and £150 so hopefully some negotiations can be made. For trade I have

- Xbox 360 (20GB) with 6 months Xbox live & wireless adapter. Official controller, headset & Assasin's Creed II, Red Dead Redemption, Left 4 Dead 2 (with additional purchased DLC). Also with downloaded games such as worms & castle crashers.

- iPod Touch 32GB (1st gen in great condition) - fully boxed, complete with extra cases and protectors.
Shipping/Payment:
Will pay via paypal gift, would prefer special recorded first class delivery as delivery option.
Location:
Rugby
DualShocker Avatar
6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months agoFeedback:18 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2
Dont waste your money go for a macbook instead :)
#3
MarzBarz
Dont waste your money go for a macbook instead :)


You reckon? Haha :) thanks Marz. I feel like you're my guardian angel at the moment - GUIDE ME AWAY FROM A BAD DEAL.

You're not selling a Mac per chance are you?
#4
Reason being i had an ipad and a macbook at the same time, iPad is cool but no way a notebook replacement.
#5
It can absolutely be a notebook replacement for Uni. Everything from taking notes, writing reports, watching tv shows and movies, playing games and enjoying apps, e-mails, web browsing, social networking, skype calling etc on a slim, lightweight, no-keyboard, gorgeous screen, 10 hour battery life device. There are a few shortcomings, depends on each individual user's preference/use if they're crucial, however, the biggest factor here is, no chance of getting a 32 or 64 for £400. Especially since it's best you opt for a 3G one and a cheap £5-10/month internet microsim to be always connected.

Edited By: a3lawy on Aug 21, 2010 17:11: Edit

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