With the release of anything new there is always a rush to buy it. Now that Apple has released the iPad, there is a lot of talk on to whether or not to buy it. Techwitty’s new website – http://techwitty.com.au lists all of their services and ventures.
Some advantages to buying an iPad is that it is built to suit you, long battery life and easy set up.
The battery life is phenomenal, has over 90% left after using for 2 hours.
It is also easy to set up, taking only about 5 minutes to do so. All that you need to do is to plug it into your computer, run the iTunes and follow the directions. Then you have to unplug it from the computer to set up your wireless and some other settings. It is fairly simple instructions to follow.
There are some disadvantages of buying an iPad too.
It is not designed to be used by heavy laptop users. But, if you just use the internet for surfing and minimal typing, then it would suit your needs. The keyboard is built in making typing for longer periods more difficult, but would be alright for typing in short phrases. There is a portable keyboard you can buy as an addition if you need or want to use the keyboard more.
Another disadvantage is that it uses a 10W charger which is bigger and not as easy to carry around. The iPad will not charge with a USB cord.
It is also difficult to hold the iPad and type at the same time. It is awkward in your hands, unlike the iPhone, but the keyboard is easier to use on the iPad than on the iPhone.
Also, the design is round in the back, which makes it difficult if you set the iPad on a table and try to type.
If you are looking for the newest technology and want a compact portable computer with long battery life, this is for you. It is easy to set up and can be adapted to quickly. If you want it, but do a lot of typing, you can always buy a portable keyboard to go along with it, if you are uncomfortable using the touchscreen.