Apple's iPad 2 might look tempting, but there are still plenty of reasons to admire its trendsetting predecessor - including a new lower price.
With the iPad 2 making its way to retail on March 11th, the original iPad is now available priced at £329 for a 16GB model, £399 for 32GB and £479 for 64GB. That's a price cut of £100, £100 and £120, respectively.
The same price-slashing axe has been swung at first-generation iPad 3Gs, too, with the three 16GB, 32GB and 64GB 3G-enabled variants now going for £429, £499 and £579, respectively.
iPad 2 might be the new cream of Apple's crop, but if built-in cameras and a thinner profile aren't of the utmost importance, now might be a good time to pick up the original.