The iPad 2 ships out to the rest of the world (25 other countries) starting tomorrow and Apple has decided to reveal the prices for the tablet in most of the countries where it will be sold. Most countries in the Eurozone will have the same prices – WiFi-only models cost €479 for 16GB, €579 for 32GB, and €679 for 64GB; 3G costs an additional €120. In the UK, the iPad 2 will cost £399 for a 16GB unit to £559 for a 64GB model; with 3G units costing £100 more and Australia and New Zealand have the cheapest prices amongst the 25 countries. With the iPad 2 being one of the hottest gadgets in the US at the moment, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the iOS tablet sells well in the other 25 countries. To readers not in the US: how many of you will be picking up an iPad 2 tomorrow? Be sure to check out our iPad 2 review if you haven’t already.