Encore Episode: 3 Reasons to Buy an iPad Mini – The Wired Homeschool

While I’m on hiatus over the month of July, I’ll be presenting encore episodes of the most popular podcasts from this year. I hope you enjoy these.

Last year I sold my Kindle Fire in order to buy an iPad. Originally, I intended to buy a refurbished iPad 3 because it was cheaper than a new iPad 2 and still came with the same warranty as a brand new iPad. The Apple store online was out of the refurbished iPad 3 so I headed down to the local Apple Store on my lunch break to have a look at the iPad Mini, not intending to buy it at all.

When I picked up the iPad Mini I knew immediately that this was the tablet for me. Compared to the full-sized iPads in the store, the iPad Mini feels like a feather in your hands.

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