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Now in its third iteration, the iPad has quickly matured. It may have crept up on you, but the new iPad has actually proved to be a replacement for some of the hardware baggage we used to lug around.
With its beefed-up processor, high-definition resolution display, cloud syncing, healthy app ecosystem and 4G LTE connectivity, the new iPad packs a whole lot of function into one device.
It’s an e-reader, a digital camera, a video player, an Internet browser, a presentation display and so much more. Already, this multifunctionality is causing some to wonder if it’s worth toting around a notebook when a tablet might suffice.
NextWorth, a mobile-device recycler, has created a list of the devices that preceded — and in some cases are being replaced by — the new iPad. What portable technology of yours has the iPad replaced?