The big fat hands-on roundup of new iPads and Macs

Photo via The Verge

iMac

Engadget – At $1,299, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a sexier all-in-one…

The Verge – Here it is, the thinner new iMac.

SlashGear – To our eyes, though, it’s the colors and detail that really stand out.

 

13″ Retina MacBook Pro

The Verge – Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display is still quite svelte — and the display is as gorgeous as you’d expect…

Engadget – Text has never looked more crisp, and colors are stupendously vibrant.

iPad mini

The Loop – The mini isn’t a fit-in-your-pocket device, but it’s a tablet not a smartphone. It will comfortably fit in a bag and is light enough that you won’t even know you’re carrying it. Gruber agrees

TechCrunch – …the iPad mini feels almost weightless…

The Verge – The thinness and sleekness of the casing cannot be overstated.

Engadget…the smaller iPad is clearly aimed at classrooms and readers — two sectors where frills aren’t exactly necessary.

SlashGear – The design is slick and cohesive…

Fourth-generation iPad

The Verge – If you’ve got a third-gen iPad you’re probably not going to be tempted here…

We’ll add more as they come in.

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