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iPad – Most advance technology

Hey fellas! Look at this new Apple iPad tablet who now surfing the market. It is said that it will kill your notebooks because of its sleek design. It comes with most of the features a notebook have. It is equipped with applications like the web browser SAFARI, mail application such as MobileMe, Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Hotmail, and AOL. Photo application with vibrant display. Video application and it works well with youtube and other streaming applications and other applications which can be seen in a notebook.


9.56 inches (242.8 mm)

7.47 inches (189.7 mm)

0.5 inch (13.4 mm)

1.5 pounds (0.68 kg) Wi-Fi model;
1.6 pounds (0.73 kg) Wi-Fi + 3G model

* 1GHz Apple A4 custom-designed, high-performance, low-power system-on-a-chip

* 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB flash drive

-Battery and power4

* Built-in 25 Whr rechargeable lithium-polymer battery
* Up to 10 hours of surfing the web on Wi-Fi, watching video, or listening to music
* Charging via power adapter or USB to computer system


* 9.7-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology
* 1024-by-768-pixel resolution at 132 pixels per inch (ppi)
* Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating
* Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously

The most amazing feature of this stuff is the Wi-fi and 3G capability. Awesome if you have one. Visit for more details.


2 responses

  1. KeyboardCowboy

    I’ve been reading some related reviews to this Apple’s iPad for awhile and based from their comparisons with the existing tech that we have now, this iPad has been less positive than it was expected. Spectators have revealed dissatisfaction with this product. Nobody knows about the usage of this product and in what return this is commenced. Its size, price, specs, content availability and the usage model all dissatisfied the customers. According to one article, It is not a phone, not a laptop or a music player then what is its target market and who will be its potential buyers. This has to be cleared!

    January 30, 2010 at 1:35 am

  2. RevTech

    Only time will tell if Apple’s iPad will be a success or an iFlop!

    On January 27th Steve Jobs unveiled Apples latest “it” product, the iPad. Essentially the iPad “fills the gap” in between smartphones and laptops. One question remains to be answered, is there a need for a device to bridge the gap in between the two technologies? We’re not sure yet, but there is one thing we know, the iPad has some issues… below are 5 of the most glaring.

    1.) The Name
    Numerous names were being thrown around in the months/weeks leading up to the release (iTablet, iSlate, iPad) but which name was Apple going to choose? I had grown accustomed to referring to the device as the iTablet, I could even see calling it the iSlate… but iPad never seemed quite right. Why would Apple want to name their new product something that sounds so familiar to the iPod? Some people are objecting to the name referring to it as the “iTampon”.

    Talk about foresight, this Mad TV iPad skit aired several years ago… and easily became 10x funnier.

    Apple I-Pad

    2.) No Multitasking
    Are you serious… who thought this was a good idea? How can the iPad even compete with Netbooks if you can’t multitask? This means that if you’re writing a document you can’t listen to music, you can’t have TweetDeck open if you want to check your email, you can only do one thing at a time, which has always been a complaint with the iPhone.

    3.) No Camera
    Why is there no camera on the iPad, front or back? It’s got a microphone… but no camera. Look at the size of the case that surrounds the screen, there is ample space for a camera. The iPad should’ve at least came with a 3-megapixel camera built in. As it stands, this means no iChat/Skype chat for you. Good move Apple, good move.

    [iPad adapters] 4.) Huge Ridiculous Adapters
    Want to access your camera or plug in something USB… well there’s an adapter for that, actually 2 separate adapters both excessively huge.

    5.) Same Touch Keyboard
    The iPad needed to re-revolutionize the keypad for touchscreen devices, make it easier to use. So what did we get… just a larger version of what we already had. It’ll be incredibly hard to type on, unless you’re lying flat with your knees holding the device up, or you buy the iPad Case (essentially an book cover).

    BONUS: No Flash (We just couldn’t stop at 5)
    Most of us are probably accustomed to Apple devices not being Flash compatible, but if Apple is truly wanting to compete with other Netbooks they need to remedy this. With a larger screen comes more responsibilities, i.e. you can’t just leave gigantic holes in the middle of webpages if you claim it to be “the best web experience you’ve ever had”.

    The iPad is still in its infancy, so we’re sure that it’ll get better with time. Only time will tell if Apple’s iPad will be a success or an iFlop.

    February 1, 2010 at 11:15 pm

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