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iOne offers the full range of Apple computers

iOne offers the full range of Apple computers

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Because of the popularity of Apple computers in Cambodia and the fierce loyalty with which Apple users treat their beloved computers, we decided to show Apple premium reseller iOne’s products, prices and locations, so our readers can be better informed about where to go and what it costs.

The new iPads come in three models with WiFi:  16 gigabite for $509, 32 gigabite for $609 and 64 gigabyte for $709, in black and white colours.

The new iPads with both WiFi and cellular capability are a little more expensive: 16 gigabite for $639, 32 gigabite for $739 and 64 gigabyte for $839, also in black and white colours.

The new iPads also feature a 5-megapixel camera with advanced optics capable of shooting HD video.  Apple describes the wireless speed as “ultrafast” and compatible with data networks around the world including HSPA, HSPA+ and DC, enabling downloading of videos and email from anywhere.

The iPad tablet computers use 3.1 million pixel displays and A5X chips with quad-core graphics, enabling the use of more than 200,000 applications including iLife, iMovie, GarageBand, iPhoto and the iWork suite.

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