To buy or not to buy......

Discussion in 'iPad' started by yanks111890, Jan 31, 2010.

  1. yanks111890

    yanks111890 Well-Known Member

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    My head is telling me: Wow a huge iPod Touch that's really expensive and would have less memory then the one I have

    My inner nerd is telling me: Wow an awesome portable touch screen that has Internet awesome games and I can write papers on. Plus when I jailbreak(hopefully) it people on the bus will ask how I got all those cool themes and stuff just lime they do with my Touch.

    I'm so confused I don't want one but I do.
  2. ChrisL

    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    Well, it's not even out yet, so you have time to decide lol.
  3. Zc456

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    Watch the keynote. Nova, NFS, and iWork ran pretty dang fast for people's estimates on an unreleased device.
  4. jmwerkus

    jmwerkus Active Member

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    it will be much better than ur ipod
  5. Zc456

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    Tablet use Num. 365: Multitasking. Not within the device but, simultaneously between laptop and the iPad. Research on your tablet, while you work. from your laptop.

    Productivity skyrockets.
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    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    It's probably going to have 512MB of RAM with the 1GHz processor, so don't worry it'll be way better than your iPod.
  7. Zc456

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    Software wise, you will be very pleased with what this baby can do. You already got first glimpse with iWork. I'm interested in seeing how developers will take advantage of custom file support.

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