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If the bulk of your computer use involves giant documents, highly controlled editing or lengthy writing, the iPad won't work for you. What it does work for, said Mossberg, is consuming - web reading, video, music, gaming, newspapers and magazines and books, as well as short-form writing and social networking: "My verdict is that, while it has compromises and drawbacks, the iPad can indeed replace a laptop for most data communication, content consumption and even limited content creation, a lot of the time. But it all depends on how you use your computer."
It's not a laptop, but if you primarily use the web to consume content then it may appeal.
Sat Apr 03, 2010 5:23 pm Post
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Ahab wrote:I'm not especially interested in one for serious writing. I'm interested in one for serious note-noodling and copying and annotating snippets from books that will eventually be assembled into serious writing in Scrivener.
Sat Apr 03, 2010 5:52 pm Post
AndreasE wrote:One thing the iPad will surely accomplish is to give me even more technological advantage, because I will continue to use my notePad...
+ dead-easy interface, any child can handle it
+ run-time far longer than iPads 10 hours
+ will not break by falling on the floor
+ entered data will still be usable ten, twenty and more years from now; format won't ever change
+ no distractions!!!
+ up and running in less than 1 second
+ far, far cheaper than the iPad
- considered uncool...
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