When you have "Air" in your name, people expect you to be thin — so it's no surprise that the iPad Air 2 is even thinner than its predecessor. Measuring just 6.1mm thick, it's also more powerful, thanks to a custom A8X 64-bit processor, 802.11ac MIMO Wi-Fi, and faster LTE on the cellular models. More competent, as well, with a new eight megapixel iSight camera capable of 1080p and slo-mo video, panorama, and burst mode, a new FaceTime HD camera, dual microphones for better audio, an improved, anti-glare Retina display, and, in a move that surprises no one, a Touch ID-enabled Home button.
See the slopes like never before with the new line of Oakley Prizm Goggles. 15 years in the making, the new Prizm lenses use precision color tuning to enhance the human eye's ability to perceive detail in snow that's normally lost with traditional lenses. While normal lenses are developed to provide contrast in a wide variety of conditions, Prizm's snow lenses are focused on enhancing the contrast of the white surface, enabling you to see holes, bumps, and other small details that simply weren't visible before. The lenses are available in three shades — Black Iridium for bright sun, Jade Iridium for a mix of sun and clouds, and Rose for snowy or overcast conditions — and in a wide variety of frame styles, ensuring there's a solution that's right for you and letting you ride or ski with added confidence.
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