Summary Apple has presented their tabled called iPad. It's basically a large version of the iPod Touch. iPad OS The iPad runs on the iPhone OS and uses all of those apps. Almost every app from the App Store runs on it. Aside from the Youtube on the iPhone/iPod Touch, it can also play Youtube HD videos. Technical Details - Thickness: 0.5 inches - Weight: 1.5 pounds - Display: Full Capacitive Multi-touch, 9.7" IPS Display - CPU: 1 GHz Apple A4 chip - Capacity: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB - Battery Life: 10 Hours. Standby time for over a month. - Wireless features: WiFi 802.11n (and 3G for the expensive ones), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR - Other features Speaker, Microphone, 30-pin connector Web Browsing The iPad uses Safari to browse the web. The interface is a mixture of Safari on the iPhone and Safari 4 for Mac OS X. The major disadvantage here is that it does not support Flash! Keyboard The keyboard has big keys and therefore make it easy to input text: iTunes iTunes on the iPad looks much like iTunes 9 for Mac OS X. It also includes the iTunes Store to purchase more items. Reading The iPad is an excellent device for reading. One of the examples is The New York Times: Another great addition is iBooks. This is a virtual book shelf with a store where books can be purchased. You can read your purchased books, and swipe through the pages like you'd do with a real book. You can also change the fonts and perform searches. Calendar and Address Book Both the calendar and the address book boot look very realistic on the iPad: iWork iWork is now available for the iPad. All three programs Pages, Numbers and Keynote look great on it. 3G Some iPads include 3G connectivity and are unlocked. AT&T has a great deal for US users: - $29.99 a month for 250 MB - $49.99 a month for unlimited data - Free use of AT&T WiFi Hotspots - Uses so-called GSM Micro SIM cards International deals will be available from June this year. Pricing WiFi Only Models: 16 GB: $499 32 GB: $599 64 GB: $699 WiFi and 3G Models: 16 GB: $629 32 GB: $729 64 GB: $829 Availability The WiFi only model will be available after 60 days (2 months) from now (± March 2010). The 3G model will be available after 90 days (3 months) from now (± April 2010).