Hello from Pennsylvania!

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    Matt Shank iPF Noob

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    My name is Matt(as indicated by my username). I've had my iPad for a week now, I must say, I love it.
    I bought it to replace my windows laptop (I know it wasn't marketed to replace laptops) since my laptop was always getting hot on my lap.

    Since I can remember, I was never an Apple fan. The iPad has changed my mind. So much so that I got a new iMac. :) (scheduled to arrive Monday)
     
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    Hello Matt

    Welcome to the forum! I can relate to you in a couple of ways, particularly with regard to being a first time Apple owner by acquiring this amazing iPad!

    This is my first Apple product and I'm really enjoying what it does tremendously. Unlike you, I bought a PC laptop just for the purpose of using that PC to support the iPad--for backing it up and synching. I sort of wish I went and bought a MAC. From using this iPad, I bet a full blown MAC would be just as good as the iPad. Please share your experiences going MAC.
     
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    DG~X iPad Junkie

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    Welcome to the site, hope to see you around. Any questions, feel free to ask.:)
     
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    After messing with the iMac for a few days, I have to say it didn't take long to get use to. There are things that are different compared to a PC but stuff is easy to figure out. It's nice when I start the Mac, it doesn't take long to boot. Press the power button and about 10 seconds you're set. :)


    Thanks, will do.
     

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