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We’re really excited about the Apple iPadPro, which makes for a great alternative to a tablet that requires you to have a laptop, which in turn requires you have a computer.

It’s also the first generation iPad Pro to have Bluetooth 4.0, a feature we’re excited about.

The new iPad Pro is just as good as the iPad Air 2, which has a much more powerful CPU and GPU.

The only drawback is that you need a computer to do anything with the tablet, which is a pain in the ass.

The iPad Pro has some of the best hardware on the market right now, but it’s also really good at making the most of its great specs.

It has a Quad HD display, a new CPU, a 2,500mAh battery, 64GB of RAM and a 1080p display.

The screen is also quite large for an iPad, but that’s a nice touch.

You can buy an iPad Pro for $499 or more if you already have a Mac or Windows computer, but the new iPadPro is just $200 cheaper than the iPad Pro.

If you want a tablet with more than a couple of hours of battery life, though, the iPadPro’s battery life is still more than double that of the iPad.

It also has a bigger display, which means you can use more of your content with the iPad than with the older iPad.

The new iPad Pros have two cameras, and they support Apple Pencil, which lets you do things like draw on the screen.

They also support AirDrop, which allows you to send files to a nearby friend and send those files directly to the iPad without needing to go through Apple’s own iCloud.

The AirDrop feature is also great, as it lets you send a file to the friend you just spoke with without the need to do any additional work or make any additional arrangements.

You also get all of the other hardware that comes with the newer iPad Pro including an Apple Pen to edit images, the PowerBook G4 keyboard, a 12-megapixel camera and a 128GB SSD.

The Pro’s biggest draw is its $200 price tag, but we’ve found that even at that price, it’s actually more than enough to get a good tablet that’s also comfortable and easy to use.

We haven’t tested all of these features yet, but they’re definitely worth checking out.

If you want to make the most out of your iPad Pro purchase, we recommend getting a good screen.

The iPad Pro’s screen is the best screen we’ve tested, with excellent viewing angles, a wide viewing angle and a contrast ratio of 120,000:1.

The Retina Display on the iPad is also a fantastic display.

We recommend using a good LCD screen with a brightness level of at least 100 percent, and a brightness setting of at or above 600 nits.

You can also make the best of a screen that’s not quite as good.

The display is not as good at capturing detail in bright sunlight as you’d like, and the color reproduction isn’t as vibrant as you might like.

It would probably be better if you wanted to use a more traditional color palette, but at least it’ll do the job.

But if you want something that has a lot of color, we’ve got you covered.