Survey Shows a Cheap iPad 2 Will Attract Non-iPad Buyers

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    With the launch of Apple’s next iPad on March 7 mere days away now, AppleInsider reports on a new survey from RBC Capital Markets of 1,100 consumers, which found that of those who had said that they did not intend to buy an iPad 2 in the next 90 days, 20 percent changed their minds and said that they would be “likely†to buy an iPad 2 if it were sold at a lower price point, $399, for example. RBC analyst Mike Abramsky said in a note to investors today that should Apple do what many experts have been predicting, and sell the iPad 2 at such a reduced price, it would enable Apple to more effectively compete against other lower-priced tablets, such as Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Talking about the soon-to-be-announced next iPad, Abramsky said that he believes it will have a quad-core A6 processor, 4G connectivity, and a Retina Display, and he also thinks that it will provide some clues about the next iPhone as well. [/FONT]

    [FONT=&amp]Source: 20% of non-iPad buyers would consider a $399 entry-level iPad 2[/FONT]


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