Apple today revealed the iPad Air, a new re-imagining of its iPad line of tablets. The new system promises to be 20 percent thinner and a slimmer outer bezel that's 43% narrower than the previous iPad model. The iPad Air will also offer 9.7-inch Retina display, the new A7 64-bit chip that debuted in the iPhone 5S, MIMO tech (Multiple-In-Multiple-Out) for Wifi, a 5MP 'iSight' camera supporting 1080p video, dual microphones for stereo sound, and up to 10 hours of battery life.
The iPad Air will start at $499 for the WiFi only model in black, grey and white.
Apple also announced the new iPad Mini, promising a high-resolution 7.9 inch 'Retina' display, the 64-bit A7 chip, MiMo technology, and a 5MP camera. The new iPad Mini will start at $399, with silver, white, black and grey models available at launch. It will launch sometime in November of this year.