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Intuitive and fun multitouch interface.
Good download speeds.
Gorgeous, sharp, accurate touch screen.
Improved iPod, Safari browser, photo, and e-mail apps.
A plethora of downloadable apps.
Impressive power management.
Battery chugged along for more than 8 hours on a 3G connection before going kaput.
IPad Maps GPS is absolutely stellar.
Unlocked, it will work with any Micro SIM card.
Easy to use.
The iPad's screen resolution hasn't budged.
Photo quality is mediocre.
No Adobe Flash support.
Ports for HDMI, USB, and SD all require adapters.
Slow upload speeds.
Some video apps degrade quality over 3G.
VoIP apps donít work over 3G
Slippery and fragile for portable use.
Very glossy screen.
By cnet on March 12, 2011
The iPad 2 refines an already excellent product. Its easy-to-use interface, vast app catalog, and marathon battery life bolster Apple's claim to being the king of...
By NotebookCheck on January 29, 2011
The iPad continued to wow us throughout the long-term test. No hidden flaws became apparent in the hardware, and we still like it just as described in our original review. The new iOS 4 represents a significant improvement, thanks especially to the...
By mashable.com on January 21, 2011
The iPad 3G hit stores and customer mailboxes on Friday afternoon, but how does this slightly modified model compare against the original? Is the ability to use 3G worth the extra $130 per model? After spending the weekend using the iPad 3G and...
By Pocket PC Central on January 09, 2011
If you want 3G connectivity on your iPad, you should probably get a tablet with the necessary hardware built-in. But if you live in an area where Verizon offers good coverage and AT&T coverage is spotty, this is a viable option. And because the...
By iGadget Life on October 14, 2010
When Steve Jobs announced the iPad he described it as a magical device. The iPad has been on the market for almost 2 months and is an innovative product and pretty terrific but is the not the enchanted piece of technology that Cupertino...
By NotebookCheck on September 12, 2010
The iPad is fun. It can't and doesn't want to replace a notebook or netbook. And as soon as the small computer is seen as a pure entertainment device, the advantages are obvious. The interactive consumption of multimedia content is the main...
By TheTechLounge on July 27, 2010
Gonna License Me Some ContentSure, you can also browse webtarnets and watch your Netflix and read e-books, those are not iTunes applications, but think about it, if you couldn't access that stuff, no one would ever really consider purchasing an...
By ImpulseGamer on July 01, 2010
The iPhone is definitely one of the most revolutionary and technological savvy devices created. You just have to walk down the street and youll notice quite a few people using them these days. This also includes the iPod Touch which features most...
By RegHardware on July 01, 2010
The iPad 3G has a reasonable touchscreen keyboard certainly one thats much easier to use than that on the iPhone, for all but the shortest messages and the ability to remain in e-mail and Twitter contact, wherever you are, is, for...
By Expert Reviews on June 23, 2010
The iPad can be both delightful and frustrating to use at the same time. Think carefully before buying, especially if you already own other portable computing devices....
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