iPad, iPad: Are you a toy or “business toy“? This is the question I am asking myself in the last few days. A toy is something I don’t need (at my age) but may be nice to have. A “business toy” is one I should get because it may make me some money one day. So it is a toy that is good for business.
May be I should wait 5 minutes and then get iPad 2.0 with the cameras (yes, two cameras). Or may be I should wait to see if I should give the HP Slate a try?
“[...] Yeah, I got an iPad [...] I have to say that I’m surprised by how much I love the damn thing. Over the past few months, I refrained from publicly join the chorus of naysayers who pre-emptively dismissed Apple’s God tablet as just an iPod Touch on steroids; I secretly harbored the same suspicion, but decided to wait and see.
[...] On Saturday, there were 360,576 tweets name-checking the iPad. This morning Apple revealed that it sold over 300,000 iPads on Saturday
[...] Apple itself scored 121,135 tweets on Saturday
[...] iPad users downloaded more than 1 million apps from the App Store and more than 250,000 e-books [...] on Saturday, according to Apple.”