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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by JohnnyApple, Feb 4, 2010.
I will use my ipad to school,i am a teacher and foe personal use e-mail and browsing.
How are you getting your movies into iTunes? Or are you just downloading from the iTunes store? I find even their rentals are pretty pricey.
I bought movies from the 2 for $9 clearance bin at WalMart. iTunes wanted $4.95 for the rental and $19.95 for the purchase of the very same movie.
Do you have Microsoft Office on it? What kind of work are you doing on the iPad?
I do not do much work on it. I consider my iPad to be a personal item; it helps me keep personal stuff off my work laptop.
Definitely for fun and personal use. I haven't gotten much sleep because I am up downloading apps and learning about my new iPad2.
Currently using it mainly to:
1. watch movies under the blanket while struggling to sleep
2. complete my weekly case write-ups
3. play games on while being stuck in jam and make the person in the car next to me jealous of it
4. slap my annoying friend each time she makes stupid joke
5. read ebooks
You don't need USB port, MiFi creates a hot spot and transmits WIFI signal around it. You can connect iPad and other WIFI devices wirelessly.
If you get 4G hotspot from Sprint, it's pretty fast and great value for money.Verizon 4G costs $80 for 10GB of data while Sprint 4G charges you only 60 bucks for UNLIMITED data
iPad is not lacking USB port, you can connect camera to it, you can connect various other devices to it. I always transfer my HD video and photos from Camera to iPad.
First, all of the movies that I buy in Blu-Ray/DvD/Digital format have a serial number which iTunes understands, putting them in iTunes.
There are utilities available which change formats of other videos. I have downloaded movies from YouTube and converted them to MP4 format (which can be opened in iTunes). There are even add-ons to Firefox such as Download Helper to make this easy (Although when I tried the auto-convert feature on the Mac version, I couldn't get that to work).
If you have DRM protected stuff, conversion may require the DRM broken - but will VCD work with unbroken DRM protected videos?
Look at the movie format you want to convert, Google what you want to do along with your OS, and see what you get:
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Here's a huge expectation! I'm going to replace my filing cabinet at my main office. Corp office starting sending customer invoices as emails instead of printing and mailing them.
Play - movies, skyping, music, internet radio, pxrn, facebook, surfing.
work - mail, documents, spreadsheets, Google Earth
This is exactly what I use my iPad for. My laptop is more of a work computer than anything, and the iPad is more for fun