Sarcasm aside, I may break my own rule this time because I am really tempted to buy the first generation iPad, against my better judgement. I may wait a few months though so that they can at least deal with the more apparent technical flaws.It's SuperMagical!
Reminds me of kids who are so full of life, sharing with you so excitedly what caught their attention at the time.
It reminds me also of a very close friend while in school, when I first arrived in the US, who was so full of adventure and mischief and spontaneity. With him, our group did things we might not do on our own. Gone to places we might have never considered. And more.
He always predicated his thoughts in superlatives. It's the best [product, time, adventure, etc.] in the world!
I was like a kid again. Knowing people like him enabled me to tolerate all the bigots and intolerant people, thereafter.
Life is beautiful.
Usually, I tend to wait for the second generation of an Apple product, knowing that the first one usually have some flaws and perhaps get some features I wished for.
Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody
I like the way it only shows the parts of the body that you would see when you are looking down at your iPad.
It's smartly done, and will sell a lot of iPads probably but I wish they'd stop with that "magical" crap. It's a totally 1.0 device and has many flaws. The "magical" version is still about five years away IMO. Where else is there to go once you've brought out superlatives like that?