It really like the iPad Air. It is thinner, lighter, and more portable due to the cellular connection. I really like the space in it and how it doesn't lag that much with its A7 Chip. It is just a bit too expensive and has no storage expansion. And the pages app is for money. I its hi-res retina display and the 10 hour intense gaming battery. It does not lag, so it gives favorable performance that satisfies the cost ultimately. It has enough storage to store a couple of hi-res movies that are 1-1.5 GB large. The M7 Co-processor also give a boost tot he already fast A7 chip. It also has a huge collection of over 500,000 apps and multiple ways to take advantages of the money earnings apps such as FeaturePoints that legitimately allow you to get apple products and paid apps for free. The iPad also has a collection of iPad built apps such as FaceTime, iMovie, GarageBand, and Podcast. It also lets to connects to more LTE bands and give you hi speeds up to 300 MBPS as well (if your area supports it). It easily renders 3-D graphics without lag for games such as Real Racing and Asphalt 8. Its bezel has been made significantly smaller than the iPad 3 and is 20$% less thinner. It is as thin as a #2 pencil (as shown in Apple's TV ad, "Pencil,") The iPad also has great color pixels. In overall, the iPad is a good device.