The New iPad: Our Community Reacts
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which Katrina Chan and Greg Robleto discuss topics across the investing world.
Katrina and Greg ask our Facebook and Twitter communities whether they're interested in buying "The New iPad" and how the latest features play into their decision making. Based on community response, we find that new features like screen resolution and 4G LTE are big contributors to new iPad purchases. However, others chimed in that recent stories about Foxconn have swayed them to the sidelines.
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