Apple iPad 2017 (Wi-Fi, Cellular, 9.7")

alaTest a collecté et analysé 1500 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Apple iPad 2017 (Wi-Fi, Cellular, 9.7"). La note moyenne du produit est 4.8 sur 5, tandis que les autres Tablettes Electroniques ont une note moyenne de 4.3 sur 5. De nombreux avis apprécient le rapport qualité/prix.

performance, utilisabilité, valeur, écran, portabilité

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres Tablettes Electroniques, l'Apple iPad 2017 (Wi-Fi, Cellular, 9.7") obtient un alaScore™ de 98/100 = Excellent.

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Avis d'expert par: James Peckham (techradar.com)

New iPad (2017) review

 

Cheaper and better than an Air 2

Cheaper price ; Beautiful 9.7-inch screen ; Easy to hold design

Thicker than the Air ; Only A9 chipset ; No 256GB version

The new iPad may not be the most innovative product Apple has ever created, but it's an upgrade on the iPad Air 2 and the new version makes for a fantastic option at an even lower price than iPads of years past.

Nov. 2017

Avis d'expert par: Patrick Afschar Kaboli (notebookcheck.net)

Apple iPad (2017) Tablet Review

 

Just recycling? Apple did not even hold a keynote for its latest tablet model. All we got was a press release. We think: That is enough for the Apple iPad (2017), because it is a very good tablet – and finally for a fair price.

bright display ; accurate colors ; precise touchscreen ; excellent build quality ; long battery runtime ; high browser performance

outdated SoC ; very glossy screen ; old LTE standard ; slightly increased black value ; no support for Apple pencil

Old wine in new bottles – we hear this quite often when a manufacturer refreshes a supposedly old product. Especially when it is equipped with dated technology. This is also the case for Apple's latest iPad. The iOS tablet from 2017 is just that:...

Avr. 2017

Expert Reviews Best Buy

Avis d'expert par: Thomas McMullan (expertreviews.co.uk)

Apple iPad (2017) review: Not the iPad Air 3, but still a great tablet

 

It isn't the iPad Air 3 we expected, but decent all-round performance means it's the best sub-£500 tablet you can buy

Cheap (for an iPad) ; Great performance ; Generous storage

Screen isn't as good as iPad Air 2

Combine that with decent performance and excellent battery life, and it looks as if Apple has done it again. The new iPad (2017) may not be the iPad Air 3 we were all expecting and waiting for, but it’s the tablet you should buy if you don’t want to...

Juin 2017

Recommended by TR

Avis d'expert par: Max Parker (trustedreviews.com)

iPad 9.7-inch (2017)

 

Apple's new iPad isn't revolutionary, inventive or, well, new. But for most people it's the tablet you should buy.

Mai 2017

Avis d'expert par: What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Apple iPad (2017) review

 

New iPad does everything you'd expect, but better and cheaper

Fast, smooth performance ; Bright screen and solid blacks ; Rich colours, crisp detail ; Beautiful design ; Good starting price

Screen is rather reflective ; No brand new features

Not the most revolutionary update, but the new, cheaper iPad continues to deliver class-leading performance

Mai 2017

Avis d'expert par: (stuff.tv)

Apple iPad (2017) review

 

It might look like more of the same – from 2013, no less – but this iPad gets the power-to-price ratio just right

Powerful and snappy in varied use cases ; Slightly thicker body brings practical benefits ; Price is ideal for newcomers and upgraders

Reflective and hollow-sounding display ; Speakers still not up to much ; Rear camera is merely OK

It might look like a regression, but this iPad is affordable and has enough power within to serve you well for years.

Avr. 2017

Avis d'expert par: (laptopmag.com)

Apple iPad (2017)

 

Apple's iPads typically offer high quality at hefty prices, but the company's latest tablet flips the script. Replacing the $499 iPad Air 2 , the newly released (and simply titled) $329 iPad packs a speedy processor, vibrant display and phenomenal...

Avr. 2017

Editor's Choice

Avis d'expert par: Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Apple iPad (2017)

 

The Apple iPad is more affordable than ever. If you're looking for a basic tablet with a wealth of apps, it's a solid deal.

Great value. Fast processor and Wi-Fi. Easy to use. Unrivaled app experience.

No strong reason for most earlier iPad owners to upgrade.

What is an iPad for? We think it's for web browsing, second-screen video watching, gaming, and reading. And for all of those uses, the 2017 iPad is excellent. Its A9 processor is even capable of video conferencing and low-key Microsoft Office work...

Avr. 2017

DT Editors' Choice

Avis d'expert par: Julian Chokkattu (digitaltrends.com)

9.7-inch Apple iPad (2017) review

 

We call Apple's new iPad the “everyman's tablet” because we think everyone should have one.

Excellent performance ; Long battery life ; Vibrant, large display ; Affordable ; Thin and light

Single, bottom-firing speaker ; Stale design

What would have made the new iPad a killer deal is support for Apple Pencil, which sadly it does not have. You can get the 9.7-inch iPad Pro if you spend $270 more, which offers quad speakers, a better display, Apple Pencil support, Smart Keyboard...

Avr. 2017

Avis d'expert par: Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Apple iPad (9.7-inch, 2017) review

 

Remember the iPad? In the afterglow of its splashy 2010 debut, Apple's tablet became the post-smartphone "it" gadget of the decade. In recent years, however, sales have dipped -- both for iPads and tablets in general . But not for lack of trying:...

Apple's new iPad delivers faster performance and a brighter screen than the model it replaces, at a price that's about half as much as the iPad Pro. Tight integration between the hardware, software and app store makes it easy to use.

It's a bit thicker and heavier than the now defunct iPad Air 2. It lacks the stylus support, better speakers and better screen of the iPad Pro.

Pro and Air 2 owners can skip this one, but for nearly everyone else, the updated iPad is an ideal all-around tablet at a fantastic price.

Mars 2017