Just reading the latest edition, looking good so far.
Noticed a bit of a specification error in your iPad 2 vs Xoom article. The iPad 2 has an Apple A4 chip listed, instead of the A5.
Thought I'd let you know
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Not according to Apple http://www.apple.com/uk/ipad/specs/ Edit: Oops my bad misread your post
Yep, listed in the mag is an A4
So, it should be a "1GHz dual-core Apple A5 custom-designed, high-performance, low-power system-on-a-chip".
Have alerted review team to the error.
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Cool thanks Andrew. Just waiting on my remote now
Am seriously thinking of picking up those Mission MX1's for my secondary cinema setup too
Whoever wrote that spec list doesn't know how to spell accelerometer either.
The games reviews are a tad wrong too. Motorstorm has....gah...cant recall the name of the game but it begins with B as its picture. Whilst the amazing portal 2 has motorstorm as its pic!
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I shall instigate a public flogging of the production department.
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Let them hold an ipad to see if the accelerometer registers the flogging. As you know, we only accept hard and measurable evidence. And double blind, obviously, with a proper control.
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