Apple A7 processor tablet computers have excellent ratings on average and across all tablet computers Apple is one of the top rated brands.
Fairly Large Internal Storage Capacity
The smallest internal storage capacity of A7 processor tablet computers that have been around for more than two years is 4GB, the largest is 130GB, and the average internal storage capacity is 48GB. The iPad Mini (3rd gen) has one of the larger internal storage capacitys (128 gigabytes) amongst A7 processor tablet computers of this age.
Very Big Total Storage Capacity
The smallest total storage capacity of A7 processor tablet computers that were launched more than two years ago is 16GB and the biggest is 130GB. When compared to other tablets that have been on the market for a comparable time to the iPad Mini (3rd gen), the total storage capacity of the Apple iPad Mini (3rd gen) of 128 gigabytes is one of the biggest.
1080p Video Recording Modes
This tablet computer has a 1080p|720p video recording modes, which is typical of many tablet computers of a similar age and spec to it.
With a weight of only 331 grams, the iPad Mini (3rd gen) is quite light compared to most of the other A7 processor tablet computers that were released more than two years ago. The average weight of similar spec tablets that have been available for a comparable time to the iPad Mini (3rd gen) is 380g.
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Released Over Two Years Ago
This tablet computer has been on the market for over two years.
Average Processor Frequency
With a processor frequency of 1.3 gigahertz, the iPad Mini (3rd gen) has a relatively standard processor frequency compared to most of the other tablets of a similar age and spec to the iPad Mini (3rd gen).
We think you might also be interested in some of the other 1.3GHz processor clock speed tablet computers currently available including the Apple iPad Mini (3rd gen) which has better reviews; or the iPad Air, or the iPad Mini (2nd gen) ($399.99) both from Apple which is cheaper.
Average Rear Camera Resolution (numeric)
The iPad Mini (3rd gen) has a pretty standard rear camera resolution (numeric) (5 megapixels) compared to most of the other tablets of this age and type.
We compared this tablet to all the other 5MP rear camera resolution tablet computers and we think the Apple iPad Mini (3rd gen) which has better reviews; or the iPad Air, and the iPad Mini (2nd gen) ($399.99) both from Apple which is cheaper are also worth considering.
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Two Processor Coress
The number of processor coress on the iPad Mini (3rd gen) is two which is average compared to the other 25 tablet computers that have been on the market for more than two years that we have assessed the number of processor coress of.
Alternative 2 processor cores tablet computers currently available which you might also want to look at include a cheaper tablet computer such as the iPad Air, or the iPad Mini (2nd gen) ($399.99) both from Apple or you might consider a higher rated tablet computer such as the Apple iPad Mini (3rd gen).
Average Display Diagonal
With a display diagonal of 7.9 inches, the iPad Mini (3rd gen) has a fairly standard display diagonal compared to most of the other tablet computers of this type and age.
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Touch ID, new gold color
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Supports Piledriver FX CPUs, works like a charm with the FX 6300
Actually support 1600MHz RAM, unlike stated in the specs. I used the recently released Kingston HyperX FURY 1600MHz, the DIMMs were automatically recognized as 1600MHz and passed memtes 86 without pro
Pretty good heatsinks on the board, for a budget motherboard, and 8-pin CPU power, which means this board should be able to handle some overclocking, although my client won't overclock
USB 3.0, both on the back and via internal header
For those who want to reuse old hard drives and optical drives, this board supports IDE and does include a IDE cable
Only SATA 3Gbps, so if you use a fast SSD, its performance might get limited. No problem for mechanical hard rives and should be fine with entry level SSDs
There is only one system fan header, and it's located next to the 24-pin connector. .. Really Apparently, Gigabyte didn't realize nearly every case has a fan on the back. .. Luckily, the fan included
If you install a video card (which will most likely take up 2 slots), then the only expansion left is an older PCI slot, no more PCIe. I'd like to see an additional 1x PCIe slot on top of the 16x slot
No UEFI BIOS, which is kind of standard on every motherboard nowadays
Latest board revision has a brownblack color scheme(The older ones were blue), but Gigabyte still ships the motherboard with the old light blue SATA cables that no longer match the board. .. Really