Janeice DelVecchio wrote:If it's mostly for reading, you may consider the ereader by sony, the nook, or the kindle.
Scott Selikoff wrote: And for those who will say the iPad already has an external keyboard and stand...
Bear Bibeault wrote:I don't have any issues reading on mine outside -- no different than any laptop I've ever owned. And I'm such an awful typist that I have no problem writing on it. A touch typist might find it more difficult but I wouldn't know because my typing skills are orders of magnitude beyond sub-par!
Bear Bibeault wrote:Every day that I use this thing I find it more and more useful, and keep finding really nice apps. To me, that's the big differentiator between a Kindle -- the iPad can do so much more.
Scott Selikoff wrote:Right now writing on the iPad is awful
Jeanne wrote:Summer is approaching and I'm spending more time tethered to the laptop than I'd like
marc weber wrote:I've noticed a little heat while gaming, but generally I'm surprised at how cool it stays.
Christophe Verré wrote:Give us your thoughts after you get one Here, it's going to be in the stores at the end of this month.
"...the minute you throw a stylus out, and you have the precision of a finger, you can't use a PC OS. You have to create it from scratch."
Walt then asks him why he built that operating system on a phone first instead of a tablet. Jobs then drops a reveal: "I'll tell you a secret. It started on a tablet first."
He had an idea of a multi-touch display you could type on, and six months later his team had a prototype display to show him. After handing it off to Apple user interface experts who "got the inertia rolling," Jobs realized, "My god, we can build a phone out of this," and shelved the tablet because at the time the phone was more important.