Comment was simply a joke. Something many here have trouble understanding.
As far as the iPad being a benefit to the education market. My wife is an AP with her doctorate in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership. Macbooks are oftened used in her school but she sees no value for the iPad in education because it simply does not have the ability to run the programs needed. Also they are switching over to Windows notebook because they are the only county not using MS office and it is creating a continued problem.
The fact is the Apps Store does not have the Apps to do the job in business.
Are you simply a contrarian, or are you this incredibly myopic? One of the colleges here in central Ohio has a standing order for an initial 500 iPads for curriculum use, and has a LIBRARY of iPhone/iPod Touch apps they have developed and deploy already. They are moving a bunch of that work into the iPad upgrade development now.
The App Store, apparently unbeknownest to you, has special roped off areas solely dedicated to enterprise level development for corporate uses. Each company has a special App Store that it uses for its own in-house developed custom applications. According to my sources these run into the tens of thousands - above the 150,000 or so in the general App Store for consumers. So again, the breeze you may be feeling is the rest of the world zipping past you on its way to make use of the technology. Feel free to just stand there, but don't be offended if the rest just simply ignore you.