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Update: Apple launches 'iPad' tablet

1/27/2010 06:00 PM EST
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george.leopold
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re: Update: Apple launches 'iPad' tablet
george.leopold   1/27/2010 9:57:50 PM
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As noted elsewhere, we are attempting to move beyond the hype to provide a thorough analysis of what's in Apple's new product and whether it is indeed the beginning of a new product category. We are preparing an analysis to be posted later today based on interviews with developers who, along with our reporter, were denied access to the Apple rollout. Please watch for it.

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anon9303122   1/27/2010 8:33:42 PM
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Do I really care? Actually I am so turned off by all the hype. These folks are worse than little kids on Christmas eve. I find Apple as a corporation to be smug, arrogant, and their products are overpriced. It's almost become a religion. The faithful will flame me of course and call me heretic. That's fine. I vote with my wallet.

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