“I bought a new third generation iPad because I really wanted to have the latest and undisputed greatest tablet on the market. I liked it, gave it a good review and couldn’t help but notice the dazzling Retina display, but I wound up taking the device back to Apple because I found myself hardly ever using it,” Larry Magid writes for Forbes.
“’m not an Apple hater. It was other Apple products that sold me on the idea of returning the iPad. I own an 11-inch MacBook Air and an iPhone 4s in addition to the first generation iPad (along with a Kindle Fire) and I simply didn’t need the new iPad,” Magid writes. “Even though I have a killer desktop PC with two large screens, more than a terabyte of storage and plenty of processing power, the MacBook Air, which I bought for travel, gets used several times a day, even when I’m at home. And the iPhone is used constantly. But that new iPad, along with the original iPad I still have, hardly ever got much use.”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Doesn’t know what an iPad is for or where to use it. Larry’s an anachronism stuck in a Post-PC world. If he’s happy with his iPhone and MacBook Air, that’s fine and dandy. We also have iPhones and Airs (and many more Apple Macs and devices) and you can have our iPads when you pry them from our cold, dead fingers.