Hands-on: iPad mini review – my go-to device for reading and note-taking

Hands-on: iPad mini review – my go-to device for reading and note-taking

A long-term review of the iPad mini 6 after using it for the last month and a half.
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0:00 Introduction
1:32 The obvious things
3:52 An excellent electronic reader
4:54 Writing, note-taking, and artistry
6:27 USB-C flexibility
7:43 Camera & Video
10:00 Everything else
12:00 Conclusion

I’ve been using the iPad mini daily for the last month and a half. Although it’s not perfect, it’s hands-down my favorite way to read and take notes. It’s also a competent Apple Arcade machine. Downsides are the lack of storage options, no Face ID, and by far the biggest downside, no ProMotion support. Watch my hands-on unboxing and review for the details.

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