Chris Pirillo: iPad 1 vs. iPad 2

Apple’s new iPad 2 takes the original iPad design and improves on it in a number of key ways. The iPad 2 includes a faster processor. The iPad 2 is thinner and lighter than iPad 1. iPad 2 includes cameras for video chat and taking photos. But in a head-to-head iPad 1 vs. iPad 2 comparison, which Apple tablet is better? If you have an iPad 1, should you throw it out and upgrade to iPad 2. If you have a chance to buy an iPad 1 used, is it a better option than an iPad 2? Make a more informed iPad purchase decision as you weigh the options of an iPad 1 vs. iPad 2.

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Chris Pirillo is the founder of the tech blogging network, Lockergnome and previously served as host of TechTV’s Call for Help show. Chris’s insightful and entertaining how to videos will now be featured in the PC Pitstop newsletters and highlighted at and

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1 thought on “Chris Pirillo: iPad 1 vs. iPad 2”

  1. Chris,
    I have previously admired your presentations but this just Sux.
    Who cares about hard to see small physical changes, viz harder or rounder edges?
    We want to know:
    1) Any functionality changes.
    2) Any operating speed changes.
    3) Any increase in cache or RAM.
    4) Any improvement in screen brightness after some use on battery power.
    5) Any increase in battery capacity or “on battery” run time”.
    6) Is the battery life extended, is the battery “user replaceable”, what does a new battery cost.
    7) Doe either unit over heat when used desktop in warmer climates.
    And; ask any engineer, you don’t deliberately design for plugs to engage in anything but a flat plane.

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