“The iPad seems like a pretty good deal in the US, where prices start at $499 (£309), but in the UK it costs from £429 ($692), and while the product’s selling like crazy here, a lot of Brits just think the price is too, too high to buy,” Jonny Evans reports for 9 to 5 Mac.
“A survey commissioned by Broadbandgenie confirms this, based on a poll of over 1,300 visitors to the price comparison site,” Evans reports. “Over 60 percent of visitors said the iPad wasn’t worth £400 or more while over 200 declared the Apple tablet wasn’t really worth the price.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Never used it, probably never even touched one, really have no idea what it does; and yet they have an opinion about its value. It’s like Windows-only sufferers complaining about Mac prices. Here’s an idea we wish would catch on everywhere: STFU if you have no idea WTF you’re talking about.