SSC Marketing

May 03, 2011 12:12 ET

SSC Marketing Integrates the iPad 2 Into Business

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - May 3, 2011) - The iPad2 is the second generation of the iPad, a tablet computer developed and marketed by Apple Inc. Apple unveiled the device on March 2, 2011, began selling it by website and retail stores on March 11th, and released it in worldwide on March 25th. With a large high-resolution LED-backlit IPS display, a responsive Multi-Touch screen, instant-on access, incredible battery life and an amazing set of applications available right out of the box, SSC Marketing have said that the "iPad is unlike anything the workforce has ever experienced before" with incredible applications like Mail, Calendar, Notes and Safari in a beautiful, thin and light design, so you stay productive anywhere. With easy, secure integration into business environments and a robust platform for app development, iPad is ready to start working when you are. The iPad serves primarily as a platform for audio-visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games and web content, and is available in black or white.

SSC Marketing closely follows technology and keeps themselves updated with all product knowledge that they can use to improve their business, keeping an eye on the technology side of business helps them gain the upper hand over their competitors. Having this knowledge has informed SSC Marketing all aspects of the new iPad including the differences and benefits of the new iPad over is predecessor, while the difference in weight is a mere 100 grams, the slimness of this year's model creates the illusion that it is lighter still. This further helps with the iPad's greatest trick: seeming to disappear and become whatever app you're using. And there are apps by the thousand. Around 65,000, in fact, this gives Apple an enormous head start over the competition. Those apps will run faster too, thanks to the iPad 2's A5 dual core processor. The new iPad runs up to twice as fast and graphics performance is nine times faster. The speed improvements can be seen on almost any app; the original iPad didn't feel sluggish before but it will after you've spent some time with the iPad 2.

The other significant additions are the cameras: one on front and one on the back of the iPad 2. The rear camera is capable of 720p HD video but, as with the one in the iPod touch, it's a mediocre stills camera. The front-facing camera, for video conferencing, is VGA - and also works as a stills camera. Now it has cameras, the iPad 2 joins the iPhone 4 and iPod touch in getting FaceTime, Apple's video chat app. In tests - calling an iPhone 4 from an iPad 2, it worked very well. While the picture quality was not pin-sharp, the call was smooth and uninterrupted. It's easy to see this being an excellent accessory to people who travel a lot or those whose friends and family are far away.

With all these new improvements to the iPad, SSC Marketing is looking forward to seeing how they can integrate this newest model into their business.

Contact Information

  • SSC Marketing
    Ivor house
    Bridge Street
    CF10 2TH
    02921 328255