Ipad Review CNET: Ipad a Disappointment: Ipad Reviews and Comparisons – Many people are searching for the reviews related to the Apple’s iPad and they are trying to compare it with the other existing tech products or devices. The reaction to the iPad has been less positive than it was expected. CNET that is one of the most respected sources of the technology information has stated that being a portable computer, iPad needs some improvement.
Viewers have shown dissatisfaction with this product. Nobody knows about the usage of this product and in what replace this is launched. Its size, price, specs, content availability and the usage model all dissatisfied the customers. it is not a phone, not a laptop or a music player then what is its target market and who will be its potential buyers. This will be cleared within next 60 days.
CNET.com has reviewed the Apple iPad. It seems like the review had mixed feelings about the new device. In the review, CNET referred to the iPad as an “iPod Touch with glandular problems” and calls the name iPad a “cringe-worthy name”. Other negatives that CNET listed included the “in between” size of the iPad. Bigger than an iPod and smaller than a lap top. He noted that some people will find it tiresome to hold and use the iPad over lengthy periods. The author of the review, also noted that the tricky pricing of the iPad will be a deal breaker for some potential iPad users.
Your day according to Google: The gods at CNET have spoken about the iPad, and the verdict is that Apple’s much ballyhooed e-reader is somewhat disappointing, but it doesn’t entirely suck. The software Web site suggests the first version is more like a concept car than something you’d really drive to the office and suggests waiting for future iterations with more features at a lower price.
On Wednesday it was said that the trademark of the iPad were its crisp display, touch capabilities and thin profile and it was just a bigger iPod Touch or iPhone. It has been described by the CNET review of the 64 GB model that iPad has a iPod Touch with a glandular problem. According to another review iPad is the reinvention of notebook by the Apple. It has also been pointed by the CNET review that iPad has the operating system which is the version of the operating system of iPhone. It has a storage space of 64GB, its display is 9.7 inches and it has 1GHZ Apple processor.
The pricing for the iPad is tricky. The base model will have 16GB of storage and retail for $499. For more storage, you can choose the 32GB model for $599 or the 64GB model for $699. These models will have wifi capabilities. A line of iPads with 3G wireless data support will be available in May, only it will cost $130 extra for each respective model (i.e., $629, $729, and $829). If you go the 3G route, you’ll also need to pay for an additional data plan (currently provided by AT&T with no contract), setting you back $14.99 a month for 250MB of data, or $29 for “unlimited” usage.
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