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Wednesday, 06 February 2013 13:20

iPad 128GB goes on sale, Europe gets it later

Written by Fudzilla staff

Think Superfluous

Apple’s flagship 128GB iPad has gone on sale. The cheaper wifi only version sells for $799, while 3G and 4G models are selling for $929.

The beefy 128GB version is still not available in Europe, although many retailers are listing it for €799/€899. In Blighty, consumers are likely to pay £670 to £775 for Apple’s latest tablet.

Apple is already shipping the new iPad in the States, with shipping times of one to three days. European retailers report that the new high-capacity iPad will be available in a couple of weeks.

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