I can't *believe* these lazy developers keep making file sizes so damn large. Btw, how does technology work?
(04-20-2012, 10:16 PM)
Just got a new job where I'll be traveling about once a week - I think it's finally time I take the plunge and get an iPad. I've wanted one for a while, but now I can actually justify it.
Yeah, I'd love a top-of-the-line 64GB model; but I just can't justify splurging that much. From what I've read, I shouldn't have any trouble fitting two or three movies on a 16GB model, which is plenty, as I can just sync different movies from my computer before each trip. For games I have an iPhone 4S and a 3DS; I just don't see myself putting more than a couple games on this thing. So, yeah, I think I'm gonna try to save some money and go with a 16-er.
But, my question is; thoughts on the AT&T versus Verizon iPad? I have an AT&T iPhone, so I'm thinking it would be smartest to get a Verizon (different) iPad, that way if one doesn't get service somewhere, hopefully the other will. Furthermore, I think $20 for 1GB with Verizon is a great "deal" compared to other options - $15 for 250MB on AT&T seems like a ripoff and not enough data, and I don't want to spend more than ~$20 when I need wireless. Am I correct in assuming 1GB should be more than enough for about 10 days of casual webrowsing sites like NeoGaf?