Sent from my iPad

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by rwsimon, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. rwsimon

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    Ok. So this post is being written on my iPad. I've been playing with it for an hour or so and I am really impressed. Just a few quick observations before I go back to playing:

    1. iBooks is amazing! I've used a Sony Reader for three years and this blows it away.

    2. Email is great.

    3. There are no instructions with this thing and you don't need any.

    4. It does not get hot at all. Maybe vaguely warm in the middle of the back.

    5. The keyboard works well but unless you have very small hands, touch typing will be tricky.

    6. The iPod app is the best music player ever.

    That's enough for now. Enjoy your own when you get them.
     
  2. Roman_B

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    can't wait to touch mine...:)
     
  3. Ghuda

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    Thanks for the first-person quick review. I am glad to finally see this day come
     
  4. Edlex

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    That is so cool. Now I really can't wait to get mine. Did it come with a good charge out of the box?
     
  5. iDan

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    ah, I'm drooling! I can't wait to see what kinda changes we can make to the forum to make the browsing experience better on the iPad.
     
  6. KiltedTim

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    Picked mine up this morning. Awesome! Back to playing!
     
  7. rwsimon

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    Mine came with a full charge. Down to 80% now after 2 1/4 hours.
    Netflix app works great, by the way.
     
  8. Edlex

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    Yes iDan, I was hoping you would create some kind of mobile version to make it easier to view from my phone or touch. I'm sure that could be adaptable for the ipad as well, although, because of the larger screen the "full" version may be fine. Of course I won't be able to tell you for another month unfortunately. :( Oh well, back to living vicariously through the wifi people and obsessing about "Late April".
     
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    im so jealous ....someone should make a faces behind the ipad thread just so ppl can actually see who there talking to seen that thread in google some where :)
     
  10. Edlex

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    Awesome rwsimon, thanks for the info. So a little under 10% an hour and the battery isn't even conditioned yet. Sounds like 10 hours is a minimum. Once the battery is conditioned it should last way over 10 hours of full "play" time. Very cool...:D
     

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