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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by blake, May 6, 2010.
Im thinking about selling mine... For a 3G. I love this sexy device
Blake, you live in US where (almost) 1 million people buy an iPad i live in asia where is a really small quantity of people have one â€¦ so too many people look at me â€¦ but even i dislike to be the focus frankly speaking i donâ€™t care i enjoy my device and especially now as i receive my 3G â€¦ and i canâ€™t imagine yet to live without ..
this device help me to made my daily life and work more easy â€¦
but of course everyone have is own taste and needing
My only remorse is not getting the 3G. But then again, I don;t need acess to the web 24/7. I hate to admit it, but this device is magical. The thing is... most of us never needed full laptops. Especially those of us that already have a desktop as well.
I understand the "douche" feeling. It's usually followed by a few stares and someone finally getting the guts to ask... "is that an iPad." In your head you're think "No Duh?!" but you politely respond, "yeah." Like it's no big deal. Like you've always had one.
The iPad isn't for everyone tho. And most will find it useless mainly due to the fact they're still stuck in that "I don't need this device" mode. The people who call you an idiot for having one are either... A. Broke or B. Don't have one. Anyone that plays with is for over 5 mins is gonna fall in love with it, guaranteed. It's only been week 2 with mine - and I can't imagine ever being without it.
Love the ipad, when the next edition comes out , I'll get that also.
I love mine so much I am looking to buy a second one.
I guess I will be a double douche
I just received my 3g 64 model yesterday, but am totally in love with the device. I finally have my ereader, laptop and iPod all in one transportable device. All of the negatives I had read about like difficulty typing, poor wifi connections, etc so far have not been issues for me. So, definitely no buyers remorse here at this point. I think the thing is total genius. I am still a little nervous about breakage since it seems a bit fragile, but bought the square trade warranty to steady my nerves.
It cracks me up when some people ask, why did you buy that? What's the point? Or you buy anything apple makes and is like so? I have needs for it and maybe you don't. These people think they know it all. They don't realize that we all have different needs in life. I strongly feel I have needs for this device and it is my hard earn money I'm spending with and not theirs.
I love my "Paddy." I really liked the WiFi that I had, so much so, that I could not return it to wait for the 3g.
I gave the WiFi to my husband, my new lap top to my son, and my Barnes and Noble Nook to my daughter. They are all happy and therefore don't hassle me about all the money that I have spent in the last five months.
If I had be strapped for cash, I guess I would have buyers remorse. That's that only reason I could think of.
Blake, SELL IT!
I've brought it to the office and the attention is actually distracting, but that will diminish in time. I think it's an amazing product. The funny thing is that I work in the IT field and you would be amazed at how many IT people look at it as a toy.
They're nuts. It's 1.5lbs. with a 9 hour battery life on 3G cellular with a $30/month data plan!?!? This thing is incredible.
Then there's the other fact.... who cares what other people think? I bought this for me, not them.
I've had mine about a month. This is my first Apple product. No remorse at all other than wondering if the 3G would have been a better choice for me. I do sense envy and judgement by people I show it to. In the end the iPad is a toy, like a new bike, or wheels for your car, or a piece of furnitue for the house, you name it - not imperative, but nice to have. I'm considering one for my kid too. Lots of fun, with games and reading, and Internet browsing.