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Ipad Review Cnet | UssPost.com

January 29, 2010 by USA Post 

Ipad Review Cnet | UssPost.com:This review appeared to be on the new device for mixed feelings.

Review, and requests a particular company Cnet as problems “with glandular iPod Touch” and called the name of a “cringe – worthy of the name of the company’s request.” Other negative in C-Net “and” requests include the size of the company mentioned. Greater than one iPod and one in the first lap is small. He said that some people find it hard and long and will require the holding company for its use. Review also noted that the author’s complex and calls the company fails to agree on a price for some potential users should ask the company.

Of the difficulty of pricing and requests the company. $ 499 for the 16GB model will be the base for storage and retail trade. And storage for you for $ 599 or $ 699 for the model 64GB, 32GB model to choose. These models will have Wi-Fi capabilities. 3 Group of wireless data with support from a single line of iPads will be available in May, $ 130 on one form only and will cost extra for (ie, 629 dollars, $ 729 and $ 829). If you go the way the 3G, you also need to obtain additional funds plan data (currently with a contract awarded in & T), you can return to form “for the use of unlimited” data $ 14.99, or $ 29 per month for 250MB.

One of the attractive features and requests the company, says CNET, is to download – is the ability to read books. Took e-books and shelving books, and easy to use and application. CNET review other forces also requests the company: Basic image management, and web browsing, calendar list, and e-mail capabilities.

You can read here and request review of the company’s C-Net. Click (to open in new window)

Here is a video from CNET in facilities requests the company is more than:

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