iPad: Exclusive Photo

iPad: Exclusive Photo

Awesome. Infinite flexibility. The only limit is your imagination.

iPad is a registered trademark of Kotex the Apple Corporation. So is the apple logo. This is parody, allowed under the Fair Use Doctrine.

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10 Responses to “iPad: Exclusive Photo”

  1. DarkElfa Says:

    Indeed you are correct. At least with a notepad Apple won’t be telling you what you can put on it.

    I’ll just draw boobs, that will piss Steve off no end.

  2. hl Says:

    I believe the IPad will require the proprietary Ticonderoga #2 stylus.

  3. Mike Licht Says:

    hl wrote: the IPad will require the proprietary Ticonderoga #2 stylus.

    You will probably have to buy them through iTunes.

  4. Martin L. Shoemaker Says:

    Forgive me for taking your joke seriously; but you’ve hit on the place where I feel let down by Apple. When MS and its hardware partners released the Tablet PC 9 years ago, the features that won me over were the pen features: drawing, handwriting recognition, and gestures. The iPad has some multitouch gestures; but so far, not a single story I’ve read has discussed any drawing or handwriting features. Yes, yes, yes: anyone can build a sketch app for the iPod/iPad; but with the Tablet PC, Ink support is a core part of the platform, and Ink can be shared across a range of apps. Handwriting support is available for all apps. My Tablet PC provides the “smart legal pad” metaphor that I like. As far as I can tell right now, the iPad doesn’t.

  5. Paul Says:

    Haha. That’s so very funny. But seriously, next time this year, iPad will be to the computer world what the iPhone was/is to the smartphone world. The most successful tablet PC ever. Mark my words.

  6. Mike Licht Says:

    Paul wrote: iPad will be to the computer world what the iPhone was/is to the smartphone world.

    While openness to apps is a unique and important concept, many are dissatisfied with the actual iPhone hardware.

    The most successful tablet PC ever.

    Not very difficult, since no tablet PC has ever been economically successful. And perhaps you mean “The most successfully marketed tablet PC ever.”

  7. Blanka Says:

    I thought Fujitsu owned the iPad trademark

  8. Mike Licht Says:

    Blanka wrote: I thought Fujitsu owned the iPad trademark.

    That’s what Fujitsu says. There’s a competing claim from Mad TV.

  9. Wes Willis Says:

    Paul wrote: iPad will be to the computer world what the iPhone was/is to the smartphone world.

    Mike wrote:While openness to apps is a unique and important concept, many are dissatisfied with the actual iPhone hardware.

    That’s odd mike, was pretty sure the numbers came in at over 95% of iPhone owners love their iPhone, but 70 some odd % of them hate AT&T. If by many, you meant around 5%, then sure guess you’re right.

  10. Mike Licht Says:

    Wes Willis wrote: 95% of iPhone owners love their iPhone.

    Skoda owners love their cars. So do Lamborghini owners. Even with all the hype, iPhone only has 30% of the cell phone market.

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