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That’s why I leaped on the iPad Air when it launched this fall. In theory, it’s a large tablet that’s as nice to hold as more compact devices, including the iPad mini . But does it really defy the laws of physics? Almost. The Air isn’t quite weightless, but it’s still wonderfully compact and light. I have no problems holding the tablet while I’m reading a couple of book chapters or playing an involving game. I can even thumb type with it, which wasn’t realistically possible with previous full-size iPads.
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