A really nice story on I4U, about a trip the writer, Robert Evans, just took to Guatemala with his new iPad 2, which he called â€œthe first iPad 2 in the developing world.â€ Itâ€™s a really cool piece about the experience of taking your iPad somewhere exotic and off the beaten track. The writer notes how easy it is to use the iPad 2 to check for available Wi-Fi in a faraway location. He also describes showing his iPad 2 to the many aid workers and Habitat for Humanity workers congregated in a local cafÃ©, all of whom were incredibly impressed with what it could do, and he says that his iPad 2 quickly became the email box of choice at the cafÃ©, instead of the various laptops of the workers. He also found that the local children really loved playing GarageBand! And best of all, he actually took his iPad 2 on a long hike up to the top of a live volcano, where he used PhotoBooth. Evans says that he only used his charger twice during his seven-day trip, despite taking the iPad 2 everywhere with him, and it stood up well to being carried around in backpacks and treated generally a little roughly.
Source: iPad 2 Review: To Guatemala and Back - I4U News, via MacStories
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