Larry Magid: iPads are great, but consider cheaper tablets or no tablet

Apple recently announced its newest crop of iPads and, as usual, they look great with excellent screens, a minimum of 64 gigabytes of storage with the option for a lot more and, of course, the ability to run millions of iOS apps. For many tablet buyers, the only question is which iPad to buy,

Larry Magidespecially for those who have an iPhone and a Mac who want consistency across their devices or who need to run iOS apps. The new iPads start at $329, which is pretty good by Apple standards, or you could pay as much as $1,099 for an iPad Pro with plenty of options in-between.

But before

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