The second biggest event in Sports for people who are not interested in Sports after the Super Bowl (for the ads) is the release of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition just got unveiled with modelBrooklyn Decker on the cover.
Sports Illustrated has already launched their huge online photo gallery featuring photos and videos of all their swimsuit models in the 2010 edition.
Before the Apple iPad was even unveiled a Sports Illustrated interactiveTablet demo had already appeared.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit photo gallery would work just fine on an iPad, but the Apple iPad is still several weeks away.
You can view the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition now here.
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