iPad 3: What we didn't get

iPad 3: What we didn't get

There are 2 comments on the CNet News story from Mar 8, 2012, titled iPad 3: What we didn't get. In it, CNet News reports that:

Inevitably, whenever Apple releases a new product, there's a little disappointment over what was missing.

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#1 Mar 8, 2012
Even without Apple's acknowledgment we can call this new iPad, iPad 3. There must be a way to distinguish this iPad from the other iPads.

It is foolish for anyone to think that we are in a post-PC era. The iPad is a smaller PC without a standard keyboard. To all the pundits, the PC has evolved into a more powerful all-in-one touchscreen computer with a big screen. Microsoft Windows will be powering most of these computers. But the good news is that vendors have started selling the iPad 2 for $399.99. http://www.smartandroidphone.com/tablets-and-...


#4 Mar 19, 2012
too much function, overheating issues are inevitably.

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