Looking for an iPad, but don't want to wait in line at an Apple Store, and can't bring yourself to visit Best Buy? Another bricks-and-mortar option for buying the iPad may exist, according to a recent AppleInsider report.
For musicians of all skill levels, learning new songs can often require
a whole lot of paper. Whether you prefer printing out tabs from the
Internet or purchasing a myriad of magazines and books, the end result
is stacks and stacks of sheet music that can be both costly and
inconvenient. But the iPad offers musicians an interesting new option,
as the combination of portability and power (plus a user-friendly
multitouch interface) lends itself very well to the act of reading and
performing sheet music. And it certainly doesn't hurt that the iPad is
the perfect size to sit upon a traditional music stand.
If you don’t happen to be one of the few, the proud who’s holding an iPad as you read this right now, you’ll be happy to know that you can at least start perusing all the available apps with just the click of your mouse.
Okay, it's April 1 so you take things with a grain of salt…but would our
friends at ThinkGeek
lie to us? They're showing the new iCade, and iPad arcade cabinet that
gives realistic arcade controls to class games running on the iPad.