Hands-On with the iPad: First Look and Exclusive Video

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allen098

Top post. I look forward to reading more. Cheers
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You really know your stuff... Keep up the good work!

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annie12

Top post. I look forward to reading more. Cheers

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"No card slot; you can only load photos through iTunes."

Not quite true. There is an SD card adaptor already available.

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jyuichi

Having seen how nice Mac|Life's digital edition looks on iPhone, I hope to see that carried over to a slick iPad interface. :D

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CPTKILLER

The iPad has the potential to have as big an impact as the first Mac. The concern is what Aps will be developed for it. It's strength is its utility in that it can do a lot of different things. See the Apple pitch on the Apple site.

The gaming potential is good especially for a Baby Boomer still into games. However, its best use can and should be with media and books. One would hope that the Apple magazines took the lead with a reduced price for monthly issues and electronic only copies. Time will tell.

As a reference device for technical folks, it can hold a lot of info. One must assume that it will be a GO TO device for field engineers and architects. There is an obvious need for Aps for this. Since I'm slowly but certainly getting out of the profession, I will hope that it can read and allow mark-ups on Inventor, SolidWorks, AutoCAD and similar software. Add MS Project or P3 to this and you have something great for work outside of the office. Engineering calculators or some better technical calc's on the iPad iWork Suite would be great.

All in all the future looks interesting.

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