Poll: At $329, would you rather game on iPad mini or $299 iPod Touch?
Plus, Retina display or not, it does come with everything that a standard iPad does, like front-facing and rear cameras, LTE wireless connectivity (at an even more premium price), the new Lightning connector and 10 hours of battery life. That said, for $30 less, Apple offers an iPod Touch with Retina display and even more powerful graphics for the latest games. So, we ask you:
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