Earlier this week, Google released their Apple TV competitor – Nexus TV featuring voice search via remote, App Store and Gamepad for users to play casual games. On the other hand, Apple has given us nothing to rejoice about in the TV space, despite declaring intense interest in the TV market. I’m currently in the market for a new Apple TV, however, I’m now debating whether it is better to wait a bit longer for something new or go for a third generation Apple TV.
Nevertheless, Apple has given those in the market for a new iPad more powerful devices while previous generation iPads prices were reduced making them great deals for the price conscious consumers:
[su_quote] The ﬁrst thing you’ll notice is how incredibly thin and light it is. iPad Air 2 is an impossibly thin 6.1 millimeters, making it our thinnest iPad ever. And it weighs less than a pound. So it’s even easier to hold in one hand and take with you anywhere.
The displays on previous generations of iPad used three separate components. iPad Air 2 changes all that, combining those three layers into just one. This eliminates gaps between layers, along with the internal reﬂectance caused by those gaps. The result? Colors are richer, contrast is greater, and images are sharper and more vivid.[/su_quote]
In the PC category, Apple unveils a new 27-inch iMac with an all new gorgeous 5K Retina display, innovative design and improve performance:
[su_quote] Precision and innovation have always been a part of the iMac story. Bringing the Retina 5K display to the 27-inch iMac was no different. It meant making incredible leaps in design at every level — from reengineering the brains of the display to maintaining 1/100th of a micron tolerances within the display cell. Not to mention fitting four times as many pixels — and the power to drive them — inside. All without compromising the amazingly thin iMac design.[/su_quote]