Why I Bought the CHEAPEST iPad Gen 10!

Today I want to explain why I purchased the latest standard iPad even though its a rather odd little device.

Its great that the tablet is updated with the latest and greatest design, but there are some quirks that make it hard to be a general recommendation.

So why did I buy one?

Lets find out!

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———————What Gear I Recommend!——————————

First Mac ( M1 Mac Mini)

Best Macbook (MacBook Pro 16)

Best Travel Professional Windows Laptop (XPS 17)

Best Thunderbolt 3 Dock (cal digit TS3 Plus)

Best Beginner YouTube Camera (Sony A6100)

Best Overall YouTube Camera (Sony A7IV)

—————What Gear I Use!————————————————

Main Camera (Sony A7IV)

Main Lens (Tamron 28-75)

Secondary Lens (Tamron 17-28)

Main Computer (MacBook Pro 16)

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