Apple unveils the iPad at last and it's $499

Looks like a big iPhone!!
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MudDog Jan 28, 2010
Lame...so disappointing!
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mualam Jan 28, 2010
disappointing to say the least.
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Jan 28, 2010
I'm getting one, no doubt about it.
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treidon Jan 28, 2010
Getting it for sure.
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Jan 28, 2010
No USB and can only run one program at a time. LOL to the max.
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sammy93 Jan 27, 2010
If only it ran 10.6 instead of iPhone OS 3.2
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Jan 27, 2010
An unbelievably overpriced Apple product. Who would have thought?
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calvinl Jan 27, 2010
Personally I think this is the most fairly priced Apple product yet.
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nimrodboy3 Jan 28, 2010
yeah..i actually thought it'd be a lot worse.
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toast Jan 28, 2010
Considering the versatility (or lack thereof) of the iPad, it's not worth paying -at least- $500 for one, when you can get a great netbook or laptop for the same price. It might not have a flashy touchscreen interface, but you'll probably be more productive on it.
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walleseva Apr 26, 2010
I agree with calvinl:-)it's worth owning one
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Jtelford Jan 27, 2010
I CANT WAIT!!
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Jan 27, 2010
Looks cool, but I have to say the whole thing seems kinda useless for the vast majority.
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Texas_Aggie Jan 27, 2010
I guess I'm the only one on the planet that is not really impressed by this... I'm actually a little disappointed. It's like a larger version of my IPhone... but it really can't do any more than my Samsung NC10 (netbook) can do? Unless I'm missing something. It looks cool... but for the price, I can buy a Netbook and an IPhone/Touch. Plus my Netbook can use any 3G usb connection on any network not just AT&T. I'm also wondering if the iPad can run multiple apps or if its like the iphone and can only run one at a time? The technology looks promising, but I think I'm kind of missing the wow factor. To me it looks like Apple is rushing things to stay on top of the e-reader industry and compete with the likes of the HP Slate. However, that said, I think in a year or two... this product will be awesome.
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Texas_Aggie Jan 27, 2010
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Texas_Aggie Jan 27, 2010
Ah, ok... so I'm not the only one on the planet questioning the usefulness of this product: http://i.gizmodo.com/5458382/8-things-that-suck-about-the-ipad
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cstalder Jan 27, 2010
Have had my iPhone for 2 months and have gotten rid of all other internet access. This will be awesome!!
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sectoidcorpse Jan 27, 2010
glad to see they arent using an intel processor
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heinzdong Jan 27, 2010
I'm not a big fan of apple. But I have to say, that's really amazing.
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sarahdzny Jan 27, 2010
As an E-Reader its great. Otherwise its full of fail.
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momamia Jan 27, 2010
The Wifi-only version, with 16GB of memory, will cost $499. A 32GB version will be $599, 64 GB will be $699, and with 3G from AT&T it will cost $829 (for the 64GB version).
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DealFinder86 Jan 27, 2010
it really does look cool. no camera, which would have been nice, but for only $499 its really not bad
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Acarone Jan 27, 2010
it looks so cool!
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ShopShop Jan 27, 2010
No camera in it?? :(
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nimrodboy3 Jan 28, 2010
maybe next year?
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JessNYCA Jan 27, 2010
It's here! It's here!
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skyk Jan 27, 2010
* 1GHz Apple A4 processor (custom) * 0.5″ thick * 1.5 pounds * 9.7″ Capacitive touchscreen * 16-64GB of SSD storage * 3G available but not in all iPads * $14.99 for 250MB, $29.99 for unlimited data on AT&T (no contract) * 3G iPads are unlocked, have GSM micro SIMs * Accelerometer, Compass * 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1 * Runs iPhone apps in window or pixel doubling * Hardware-accelerated OpenGL graphics * SDK out today
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skyk Jan 27, 2010
I wonder how much it will be...
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