“But iPads have been available to Hong Kongers since their official U.S. launch in April thanks to the hard work of vendors like Kurt Lo,” Vo reports. “Lo used to import iPads through ‘friends’ that bought the touch-screen device from Apple stores in the U.S. and the United Kingdom, then shipped or hand-carried them to Hong Kong in bundles at a time.”
“Now, he said, he can buy them in a local store and resell them to customers at his Hong Kong store and in other countries, like mainland China or Vietnam,” Vo reports. “‘Crazy — the iPad is crazy,’ Lo said. ‘Makes me very crazy and very busy today.'”
Vo reports, “He’s gotten 300 to 400 orders from Vietnam and China this week, up from about 200 to 300 in prior weeks, he said.”
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MacDailyNews Take: That iPad makin’ me craaazy!!! (In a good way.)