Report: iPad 2 orders declining, price drop could help it bite into low-cost tablet market

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Report: iPad 2 orders declining, price drop could help it bite into low-cost tablet market.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/12/hQDHYb.jpg[/newsimage]The iPad 2 has seen no shortage of success since its release this year, selling one million units within its opening weekend and pushing total sales of the Apple's tablet line to around 40 million. But with the iPad 3 on the horizon, it may soon be time for the Cupertino company to retire the ol' gal. That time could be sooner than most expect.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/report-ipad-2-orders-declining-price-drop-could-help-it-bite-into-low-cost-tablet-market-56533/](http://www.myce.com/news/report-ipad-2-orders-declining-price-drop-could-help-it-bite-into-low-cost-tablet-market-56533/)


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If you have paid $250 for a kindle fire you have been ripped off


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Thanks for pointing out that error. Fixed.


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[QUOTE=rexroach;2617193]If you have paid $250 for a kindle fire you have been ripped off[/QUOTE]
Woolworths (Australia) are selling the (original) kindle for $200.
$Au are approximately parity with the $US.


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JUSTIN
The main reason the price is dropping on the ipad is because,
now there are so many tablets to choose from. Some good
some junk depending on what features you want. Luckily
most of the apps from the apps store are free.
ZAP:D