- Apple iPad (Computer)
- found: Work cat.: 2010018995: Rosenzweig, Gary. My iPad, 2011: e-CIP t.p, etc. (iPad is a tablet computer featuring multi-touch interaction with print, video, photo, and audio multimedia, internet browsing, and runs most iPhone OS apps)
- found: Wikipedia, v. May 18, 2010 (iPad is a tablet computer designed and marketed by Apple for internet browsing, media consumption, gaming, and light content creation; released in April 2010, it established a new class of devices between smartphones and laptops)
- found: PCWorld, v. May 18, 2010 (Apple iPad ushers in the era of tablet computing)
- found: CNET reviews, May 18, 2010 (Apple iPad is the first affordable tablet computer worth owning, but it won't (yet) replace your laptop; Apple has consolidated your Netbook, e-reader, gaming device, photo frame, and iPod into an elegant, affordable supergadget; giant iPod Touch-looking device)
- found: MacWorld, v. May 18, 2010: (Apple touts the iPad as a third category of device, positioned between a smartphone and a laptop; tablet device; contrast between the iPad and netbooks)
- found: Mac Life, v. May 18, 2010 (a tablet computer, iPad tablet, a computer Steve Jobs says is positioned between a smartphone and a laptop; better than either the laptop or phone at several tasks: web surfing, email, photo viewing, music and video playback, games, and eBook reading; a large iPod Touch)
- found: BusinessWeek, v. May 18, 2010 (touch-screen tablet computer named iPad as demand for Apple's traditional iPod music players is falling as consumers switch to multifunction devices like the iPod Touch, which has Wi-Fi support, and smartphones that can also play music and video, like the iPhone)
- 2010-05-18: new
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