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    . Not only that but can ATT really download at speeds that exceed even the 32GB model's bandwidth?

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    Difference between benchmark and real world activity. Not that hard to understand.

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    IPad Pro review...

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    I enjoy his tear downs and durability testing. I watched that last night and it's pretty sad how easy it was for him to break the new iPad in half.

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    It was refreshing to see an honest review on the durability of the device as well, something I think that is often skipped in most reviews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewy509 View Post
    It was refreshing to see an honest review on the durability of the device as well, something I think that is often skipped in most reviews.
    That is not about durability testing. He destroyed the tablet fairly easily with common hand tools. It obviously was not designed as a ruggedized tablet.
    It is interesting to violently disassemble a product so we can see how flimsy it is. I assume they did not have to return it for the next reviewer.
    A solid case would be a good idea for some protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunarMist View Post
    That is not about durability testing. He destroyed the tablet fairly easily with common hand tools.
    What on Earth are you talking about? He simply bent it with his fingers, no tools were involved. It's also clear that he didn't need to exert much force at all.

    Not only would it not survive being sat on - a realistic risk given its size and function - it might not even be up to everyday handling, if that was anything less than reverential.

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