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September 07, 2010


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Great, this review about iPad is very precise. iPad is really very easy to use but its features lack of multitasking. This is such a great and insightful post. I really admire the author for giving time to discuss this topic. Thank you so much.

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For sure, there's going to be huge features and applications that arise. This gadget is surely a hit! Yet, I believe iPad doesn’t have all the features that computers have. But again, thanks for sharing such informative post, though.

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Your review is very accurate, IPad works really well for internet browsing but not suitable for spreadsheets , which I am currently experiencing !!!!!

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They just start to sell iPad here, so basicly I do not have an iPad now.

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In this era of blog ,we easily get nice & updated information for research purposes... I'd definitely appreciate the work of the said blog owner... Thanks!

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IDV Solutions has been doing some work with the iPad -mostly because it's native browser is HTML 5 compatible (because of multi-touch, location support...). So its iPad in a roundabout way. Anyways, we build an app for the U.S. Dept. of Transportation in HTML 5 that is intended for iPad use (if you're not on an iPad it redirects to a Silverlight version). Feel free to check it out:


Here is a video link if you don't have an iPad (which I don't):


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