New iPad 3 and the Wilson sleek 4G Signal Booster

The ipad is out and it is not officially called the iPad 3 for a few very good reasons. The new iPad is not revolutionary when compared to its predecessors the iPad 1 and iPad 2, the third version in the lineup has a marked increase in its screen resolution. 264 pixels per square inch to be precise. The display is stunning and that is where iPad 3 separates itself from its previous versions and its competitors. The retina display packs a punch when it comes to video and movie experience. At the specified viewing distance of 15 inches it is a beautiful piece or hardware for a enhanced digital experience. All that comes with a hefty price tag when compared to its other peers in the market. The $499/$599/$499 for the 16GB/32GB/64GB Wi-Fi version and $629/$729/$829 for the 16GB/32GB/64GB 4G LTE.
The good news for those with 4G signal booster such as the Wilson Sleek 4G booster. Now you can tether the 4G capable smart phone to the iPad 3 and be browsing at lightning speed with 4G LTE network on verizon or the 4G AWS network on T-Mobile. The great benefit of using a 4G signal boosters is that you don’t have to buy 4G specific device to enjoy 4G speed. Like we have described in the previous article you can just convert your smart phone into a 4G hot spot to run the iPad 3 without paying extra for the 4G ipad 3. The battery life on the iPad 3 is same as the one in iPad 2 of 10 hours. The added extra pixels and the 4G capability did not eat into the battery life of this portable device one in which the power management is crucial for a rich user experience. Apple have always done will with their battery life management when it comes to its products and they have continued in that tradition.