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iPad, new hottest keyword in coming days

There's no doubt that this new stuff will make it the hottest keyword in the coming days - iPad. Hey good name is't it? While just changing a character of iPod, there's no better one. No need to say too much about what it can do now - as so many rumors have been proven - this not-too-little gadget costs $499 for 16GB, WiFi, 9.7inch touch IPS screen, $599 for 32GB and $799 for 64GB. Use 3G to browse internet? $130 more for each model makes it true. Ok. That's all for the show. Surprised and excited? Nah~~ that's ok. For me, it's cool enough, but I like my MacBook more. Plus, it must be the hottest stuff in Starbucks in the near future too. You must know where to find it. Update: Maybe I have to take my words back? It beats the photo frame, the game console, the book, and ... I'd say, who don't want one?

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  2. i am planning to buy an iPad since it looks lighter than a regular desknote and i don not use much of the features of a laptop..'”

    • Alain responded:

      it depends on what you plan to use it for. if you want to use it for fun and games (nothing more than what you would use your ictuoh for), and you have the money, then go ahead. BUT- if you want to use it as more of an actual computer: it definitely is not comparable to what the PC market has defined as a tablet computer. for one thing, it only has a max of 64 GB of flash memory, which doesn’t mean anything if you wanted to use it as a regular business laptop type thing. (64 GB of flash memory is nothing compared to the amount of storage a normal tablet pc has). if it had a normal amount of storage, i think if someone were really determined, they could make it work as a regular computer for them. it has the capabilities of a laptop, like it has a full keyboard and stuff. the problem is that since the keyboard is on the screen, it’s really hard to type on unless you buy the case (which seems to have been specifically made so that you could type more easily on the ipad). and the other big problem is that it only works with iwork, which is apple’s version of office. and iwork isn’t compatible with office (like it doesn’t use .doc/.xls/.ppt), which severely limits its usability. basically the ipad is just icandy (haha)

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