Can't disagree much really.
Welcome increase in resolution allied to colour reproduction improvements result in a beautiful screen to behold, as far as Apple's iPad antecedents are concerned. Excelling whether one's playing HD games, viewing photo's, watching HD film or TV.
With the added caveat that the latest generation of Android(Google ASUS/Samsung) tablet displays may now have taken on the baton from Apple - In so far as their pixel count is concerned.
Slight increase in thickness & weight compared to previous generations give the new iPad a more reassuringly solid feel.
Prefer the new 'Lightning' connector to the old 30-pin one. Re-charging(as the review mentioned) still takes an age. And, despite the substitution of a new larger battery, intervals between re-charges don't seem that much longer than what i & others have experienced with the iPad 2 or 3.
I purchased the 64Gb WiFi+Cellular model, but lack of Micro SD card expansion slot is a bit of a bug-bear. Especially considering the iPad's cost.
All in all. A solid 8 out of 10.
Best ever version.
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