iPad can save you on holiday
The iPad from Apple has a lot of people very excited and perhaps quite rightly has been billed as an all singing, all dancing next generation product. Barely on the market for two months and reports suggest that sales have already passed 2 million units.
Anyone reading this, is more likely than not, going to know what the iPad can do already, so for the purposes of fun, let’s take a look at what else the iPad may be capable of, both now and in the future.
Clocking in at a weight of 1.5 pounds with a screen size of 9.7 inches, the iPad is just half an inch thick, making it perfect to take on vacation with you for all your internet and email requirements while you are away. But, aside from watching films on the plane and listening to your favourite tunes, your new iPad could come in very handy while you are globetrotting .
- How often have you been on holiday and fancied a game of table tennis? You get down to the hotel’s table only to find that the paddles (or bats if you prefer) have the rubber grips peeling off the sides or worse still have been completely destroyed , leaving you with that hollow wooden feeling. iPad may not have been designed with table tennis in mind, but it will be far more effective than the paddles you have been left with.
- If you are on a winter sports holiday and all of your equipment has been cruelly stolen, your new iPad could make a handy makeshift snowboard or better still if you have 2 iPad and a couple rubber bands you have a readymade pair of hi tech snow shoes!
The 9.7 inches of screen will also substantially deflect any known poison dart; just remember to wipe the screen before next usage to prevent illness and possibly death.
For example, the iBooks feature allows you to download all your favourite books into one, useful, bookshelf design folder. Once you have completed the download of your collection, you can sell your real bookshelf and all the books, empty the library and rent out that extra space to a lodger. Financial crisis averted!
- Start selling other domestic items too, iPad will double up as tea tray and if left on for long enough (it can run for approx 10 hours on one charge) it will neatly press all your clothes, so out with the iron!
- There are also unconfirmed reports of a dongle upgrade coming soon that will turn your iPad into a “Back to the Future” style hover board, meaning you can sell your car or family vehicle and hop on your iPad and get to work that way. It is believed you will be able to steer either in portrait or landscape!
So, I think you will agree that the iPad is much, much more than a glorified portable computer. The future is here!