First video assessment for the iPad


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A couple of days in the past we informed you that some iPad can be delivered upfront for the click to write down the articles first earlier than discharge.&#a hundred and sixty;That achieved,&#a hundred and sixty; offers the first video review of the shelf that we all expect.  



According to The Houston Chronicle’s Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus, the iPad creates a new category of mobile devices:

It turns out the iPad isn’t as much a laptop replacement as I thought (though it could easily be used as one). Instead, it’s an entirely new category of mobile device. For example, now when I want to surf the web from the couch or back deck, the iPad is the device I choose. Starbucks? Same thing. Think of the iPad as a new arrow in your technology quiver, an arrow that will often be the best tool for a given task.

I had high expectations for the iPad, and it has met or exceeded most of them.




Mossberg of WSJ found the battery life of the iPad to be exceptional – he got well over the quoted 10 hours. He managed to “watch four feature-length movies, four TV episodes and a video of a 90-minute corporate presentation, before the battery died midway through an episode of The Closer” – all on a single charge! Now that is amazing! His verdict on the iPad is:

So I’ve been using my test iPad heavily day and night, instead of my trusty laptops most of the time. As I got deeper into it, I found the iPad a pleasure to use, and had less and less interest in cracking open my heavier ThinkPad or MacBook. I probably used the laptops about 20% as often as normal, reserving them mainly for writing or editing longer documents, or viewing Web videos in Adobe’s Flash technology, which the iPad doesn’t support, despite its wide popularity online.


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