(Click here to view the Software review of the Apple iPad 1st Gen review)
Today, we will knock it hard with one of the most recent Apple products which, of course, came out before the iPhone 4. iPhone 4 had much killed its hype, but of course, I am working mostly on the Android platform, so a iPhone doesn’t fit much into my lifestyle.
Of course, with Android tablets on the rise, while I am waiting for the Gingerbread (2.3) release of Google’s, here is a quick review of the Apple iPad 32GB WiFi edition.
Needless to say, its plastered with Apple’s design, which is really clean and easy on the eyes.
The box is wrapped with a clear plastic, and with a big
“iPad” word written on its sides.
Upon opening the box, it unveils Apple’s offering of its tablet right in front of the user, the product is very secure (Can’t fail to emphasize on that) and it’s really hard to remove the iPad from the box at first actually (Unless you have really long finger nails that is)
Once the iPad is taken out, you should see an instruction manual inside, and basically its just a bunch of stuff, refer to the diagram below.
It’s basically a bunch of papers and instructions and iPad papers and such.
After removing the instruction manuals, you are all set with the 10W Apple Power Adapter to plug with and that’s much it.
Seriously, yes, that’s much it for the Apple iPad (1st Gen) 32GB.
And yes, you can’t take out the plastic holder for the charger in your iPad box. I think its attached to the entire box, I can’t seem to rip it out and use the box for other purposes. Probably an environmental tip for Apple.
On the next blog post, we will be covering on the Apple iPad’s Interface and OS.
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