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iPad Mini Vs Nexus 7 Vs Kindle Fire HD

I’m sure the first thing you thought after Apple unveiled the new iPad Mini during their press conference today is how it stacks up with the other 7 and above inch tablets in market today, and if you should buy one when compared to those that have been available for quite some time now.

Which to be honest is completely up to you, we do like to show our opinions here on TechNutty, but sometimes you will be faced with the obstacle of making your own decision.

For this one I do have some advice however, if you are an Apple fanboy/girl and already own products such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac etc. The iPad Mini is defiantly the product for you as you should keep within your own ecosystem to make sure you can achieve full productivity, which goes the same for any other device.

However that isn’t to say you shouldn’t mix the devices you own, in fact I think if you already own an iPad and you’re looking to buy a younger brother maybe outsourcing would go well for you as you will get the chance to try out other operating systems, whilst still keeping the main one as something you love.

Anyway I’m rambling on, so if you’re unsure still check out the table below, where we have hosted a spec shootout.

iPad MiniNexus 7Kindle Fire HD
iPad MiniNexus 7Kindle Fire HD
ProcessorDual-Core Apple A5 1GHz1.3GHz quad-core Tegra 3Texas Instruments OMAP4 4460 1.2GHz.
RAM512MB?1GB1GB?
Operating SystemApple iOS 6Android 4.1 Jelly BeanAndroid 4.1 Jelly Bean with custom skin
Storage16GB/ 32GB/ 64GB8GB/ 16GB16GB/ 32Gb
Display7.9-inch 1024x768 resolution7 inch 1280x800 HD display with Gorilla Glass7 inch 1280x800 HD display with Gorilla Glass
CamerasFront: 1.2 Megapixel Rear: 5MP camera with AF and 1080p shootingFront: 1.2 MegapixelFront: "HD"
ConnectionsWiFi Only: Dual Band 802.11a/b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 WiFi and Cellular: 3G, 4G LTE, Dual Band 802.11a/b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0WiFi only Single Antenaa, NFCdual MIMO Wi-Fi antennas
Dimensions and Weight200mm x 134.7mm x 7.2mm and 308 grams in weight198.5 x 120 x 10.45 and 340 grams in weight193 x 137 x 10.3 millimeters and 395 grams in weight
PriceWiFi Only: £269 16GB, £349 32GB and £429 for 64GB WiFi and Cellular: £369 16GB, £449 32GB and £529 for 64GB£159£199
Release DateNovember 2ndAvailable NowAvailable Now

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Founder and Editor-in-chief of TechNutty UK, fan all things tech, gaming and otherwise interesting.

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