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The new one renders HTML better, without f*cking up your article every time you change something - There are serious formatting issues with the old editor, it doesn't displays everything that makes it into the published article.
I will never again mention that Dalek Dave was the poster of the One Millionth Lounge Post, nor that it was complete drivel.
I was a Nokia lover until they sold them selfs to M$. Now i hate every single phone manufacturer
Currently i am using an old Nokia phone and I think when it breaks i will stop using phones at all.(not like i use it now, its only purpose is to play my favorite music)
Microsoft ... the only place where VARIANT_TRUE != true
Even I owned a Nokia N73. Was the best phone of it's time for the price range. Now I own a Samsung Galaxy S2. I had to buy that as nokia did not have any new phone 2 years back that could've given competition to Android.
As for the tablet..
if you would be comfortable using a 10" one then I would suggest Nexus 10 (2). I've heard that it's quite good.
Apple may give you the feel of a lag-free user interface but android will give you the freedom of usability.. apple is a bit(read, a lot :P) restrictive..
Nexus7 as suggested by @_Damian-S_ is also a great choice if 7" is good enough for you!
and yeah! galaxy note 10 exists.. it's a tab with a stylus.. it is more suitable for artists/designers, in short who could make good use of the stylus.
As for the ipad retina, it was first introduced in the 3rd generation of the iPad.. the current is the 5th generation(iPad Air)..
I'd simply go for the fastest processor above all else - but any of those are fine really.
The retina display is nice, but non retina isn't at all bad.
tepending on their technical bent, you could go with another tablet - but:
iPads are standard as they come - can't go too wrong, whihle otehr brands vary so much between models and OS versions, there's a lot more tinkering required (IMHO) as getting help fron one android user isn't so easy if they've another model
I love the Nexus 7, personally, but wouldn't buy one for me mum (even if she wasn't dead)
If someone offers you a free Windows 8 tablet, just run, very fast indeed.
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