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I can.Which business users are likely to need a device with a larger screen? All business users?Yes, if they're carrying a laptop and a smartphone, they don't need this. What if you don't need that laptop, but do need to check your email and view attachments on the road, on walk abouts in the office or when working from home.I know a lot of employees and colleagues who are already eyeing the 'pad up as a replacement for unnecessary laptops that are currently used for...
Surely you mean people who are "pro" pad, not scared of it? (ED. A padophile, not a padophobe...)This product will fill several niches, not just one. And there is no black white fail/succeed - my brother lives for his apple tv, it's just not for me. It hasn't sold as many units as the iPhone, but is it a 'failure', or is it the foundation for something more? When tv and production companies wise up and relax licensing on content, the apple tv will be perfectly...
Yes iGenius, it's not a laptop replacement. No one is suggesting that it is. This is for a different market place, made up of 'niches' and people who don't want fully functioning computers, with 90% of their potential going to waste.
Yes, and if you compare it to a mac pro you'll also be disappointed. Typical ridiculous, facetious comment from you iGenius. I do think of it as a big IPhone without the phone, that has a bigger screen at higher resolution and the ability to use iwork, oh and with 140 hours of music listening, and without the need for an annual cellular contract. and... I could also think of it as a laptop without a keyboard and a slightly smaller screen. What would be the point in...
A subset of web pages? Don't be ridiculous. That's a stupid statement. At some point the Adobe will sort their software and it will be fit for use on Apple portable devices. But web pages that don't use flash are not a "subset". That's simply nonsense.Maybe you'd like it to be as fully featured as a macbook, with a physical screen attached. Oh wait - that already exists, it's called a, ermmm, a Macbook...
I see where you're coming from - but this device is about the future, not about legacy offices. It's time to upgrade - I'm sure the macbook Air would be no use in your set up either. I do understand financial pressure on business - I run my own;However I suspect that this device simply isn't for you, which is fine. Doesn't mean that many businesses, both uptodate technologically and new start ups won't find many uses for this. I'd like to know what these new features...
Yes, I do think they were downloading web pages live - and if screen synching was being used (unlikely) don't you think it would have been type-o free with zero glitches?
No, he's not - there is an adapter for SD cards and a USB port - this is not a card, it's a bit of plastic that slots into the dock connector socket (whatever it's called) for the occasional use that people would need this for...Your link:http://www.apple.com/uk/ipad/specs/
I believe the iPhone has exchange support, as does snow leopard, so I think it's a given that exchange support will be here.
What do you use your USB port for? There is a USB port btw, an inexpensive adapter - I can't think of a single use for it in a device with 3G and wireless networking though? I do use one of the USB ports on the back of my imac, this is for an external HD - why is this a necessity for a business tablet device?And don't dismiss the device because of a guess on your part - "if you can't even have a documents folder that syncs with your desktop computer then it's totally a...
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