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Friday, 23 March 2012 11:30

New iPad to launch in 25 more countries today

Written by Peter Scott



We are the Smug, you will be assimilated


Apple’s new iPad is launching in 25 countries today, from shamrock covered fields in Ireland, through exquisite Czech beer halls to New Zealand, experiencing its worst Marmite shortage on record.

In most European markets, the entry level new iPad is set to cost €479, although prices will vary due to different tax codes and plain human greed. Some users might be miffed to learn that they won’t be able to use speedy LTE in their native countries, but many in Europe simply won’t be able to afford it anyway, at least not without IMF assistance or Angela Merkel’s euros.

We are hoping to score a sample later today and we will do a review over the weekend, pitting the new iPad against a high-end Android tablet. Sadly, Nick turned down the offer on religious grounds, so Fudo will have to review both.

Anyway, if you happen to live in one of the following countries, now is the time to put on your “shut up and take my money” face:

    Austria
    Belgium
    Bulgaria
    Czech Republic
    Denmark
    Finland
    Greece
    Hungary
    Iceland
    Ireland
    Italy
    Liechtenstein
    Luxembourg
    Macau
    Mexico
    The Netherlands
    New Zealand
    Norway
    Poland
    Romania
    Slovakia
    Spain
    Sweden

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