iPad Mini 3: Tecnologia in una mano

16GB
Wi-Fi + Cellular
519,00 €
Categoria:iPad Mini 3
Colore:
  • Grigio Siderale/Argento/Oro
Memoria:
  • 16GB
Display:
  • Retina Display LED da 7,9"
Risoluzione:
  • 2048x1536 a 264 ppi
Processore:
  • Chip A7 a 64 bit
  • Coprocessore di movimento M7
Fotocamera:
  • iSight da 5 megapixel
Touch ID:
  • Sensore di impronte digitali
Scheda SIM:
  • Nano-SIM
iPad Mini 3: 16 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular
Ora anche iPad mini 3 ha la rivoluzionaria tecnologia Touch ID, che riconosce la tua impronta digitale per garantirti una sicurezza senza precedenti. Puoi sbloccare il tuo iPad mini con un tocco, ma non solo: con Touch ID fare acquisti su iTunes, iBooks e App Store è ancora più facile e sicuro.
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Autore: naruto
What's with this so precious GPS data? You don't know where you're going or you don't know where you're cmiong from? Or you were so drunk as I am right now that you didn't remember what kinda round you actually ran, cycled, go in for? I can understand GPS navigators (in cars), but this is mindless.The most important data (IMO) is the sport zones, training load, results of interval training and overall stats in general. Foot pods and cycling sensors do this job regardless where you're at. The most obvious reason why there isn't barometric altimeter is, that there's an optional GPS sensor. Which is a mistake (IMO). To have a good cycling monitor, for example, buy (specialized) CS500, which do not have any GPS bs, but has altimeter support.It all comes down to design and usability. There's just technical restrictions what you can and can't have. To integrate GPS, for example, will make the widget bulky and heavy, and you're going to run out of battery before you know it. That's the simple fact with current technology.Fine watch and fine review, but the all-encompassing approach of RCX5 is actually it's greatest flaw.

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