Apple’s Third Generation iPad (iPad3) Available In India At Rs. 69,999/-

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The craze and carizma of Apple product doesn’t seem to be die down any time soon. Within 3 days of launch of third generation Apple iPad (actually known as iPad 3 unofficially), the product is up for sale in India at whooping Rs 69,999/- for 32 Gb Wi-Fi version. Though, the official sale of latest iPad is expected to trigger from 16 March in many countries but India was going to have that pleasure officially – at least for now.

Online shopping portal “Rediff Shop & Gift” has listed Apple iPad3 for sale in India with a promise of 30 working days delivery. Rediff has got latest version of Apple iPad ( iPad 3) with 32 GB storage with Wi-Fi variant.

Though, the tagged price is quite on higher side – officially announced price is Rs. 22,500 ($449) – but many tech geeks can’t resist themselves from owning the just born baby and may reach to their pocket to shell out over priced tango.

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Apple launched the third generation of iPad ( known as iPad 3 in market) on Thursday 7 March with many responsive features like Retina display, A5X processor, 1 GB RM, 4G connectivity and Improved battery life. However, keeping the slow adoption rate of iPad 3 in India, company has decided to keep India away from the launch any time sooner. Therefore, the availability of iPad on various online portals is being closely monitored by people.

But, even if you decide to go for Appe iPad (iPad3) despite of exhaustive over pricing  one thing os really disappointing and , for me, doesn’t make any sense – shipping of 30 working days. It’s a long wait and in the ear of cut throat competition, you may find another better deal with faster delivery promise at other online shopping portals like Flipkart or Infibeam in next few days. So, I would prefer to wait little more and watch – It could save me few thousands !

2 COMMENTS

  1. E-Commerce has become the one of important
    need for any business or it is another way to handle business easily by
    providing convenient services to public.

    In the last two decades, there have been
    improvements in the way online business is conducted.

    E-commerce sites and applications have contributed a lot to these changes, and
    the changes have improved how many online traders do business.

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    Where some sites have over the years improved on various areas with a sole aim
    of improving on the business experience of both parties. On the other hand some
    sites are found to be very worst and fraud with their services, came to know
    after a survey, I have some of examples like, Indiatimes shopping, Timtara, Jabong.com, 100bestbuy, Rediff
    Shopping
    , ebay. Even I went through some of consumer forums and
    also found so many complaints against these sites. I thing Govt. must have take
    a needy action against these fraud sites.

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