Besides not being one to get the hype over Apple products when you consider their penchant for high prices and the suspect service I received for the two Apple products I have owned, I own a Motion Computing Tablet and am in love with it. I have owned mine for over three years(so much for this "new" iPad concept) and it has been at my side no matter where my current jobsite is at. It has stood up well to both cold and hot weather. It is equally capable and at home in an office building, the countryside, construction site, swamp & desert to name a few of the places we've been. I could go on and on about it's features and capabilities, but this isn't meant to be a commercial spot for The Tablet that I own. My point is that there are capable, well built tablets or pads already available by companies that have been perfecting this class of computers for more than seven or so years that don't get the due they deserve for the work they have done. Apple suddenly decides to realease one, and all of a sudden people start losing their mind and act similar to the way cavemen must have acted when they discovered fire, or the wheel. I didn't realize the future of computing and Earth hinged on an Apple product to solve the problem of how do I listen to my iTunes/imovies and use apps from the iStore when I don't want to lug around my macbook, yet I need to do some computing that is beyond the capabilities of my iPhone or iPod. I'm glad to see that crisis has been resolved.
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