“Apple’s new iPad went on sale in 25 countries internationally on Friday, but the United States is still the cheapest place to buy the latest version of the tablet computer,” Georgina Prodhan reports for Reuters.
“Prices in the United States, where the iPad 2 has been on sale since March 11, start at $499 for the most basic model — with 16 gigabytes of storage and Wi-Fi only connectivity — while the same model in Denmark costs the equivalent of $702,” Prodhan reports. “In the euro zone, the basic iPad 2 is selling at 479 euros ($678) in most countries, although it is slightly more expensive in France and cheaper in Luxembourg.”
Prodhan reports, “Unusually, it is cheaper in Britain than in continental Europe, selling for 399 pounds ($642).”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]