Speaking to analysts at a Goldman Sachs conference in San Francisco, Apple's Tim Cook confirmed that the upcoming iPad tablet will be available in brick-and-mortar stores beyond the company's own retail outlets.
Apple's chief operating officer was quoted as saying that the device will be sold at "partners like Best Buy."
The iPad has received a lukewarm reception largely because of the inability to run more than one app at a time, and the omission of USB ports. However, with a starting price of $499, it will be one of the cheapest product launches for Apple in recent history.
With up to 64GB of HDD space, accelerometers, and GPS capability, the iPad is slated for release next month.
Via Cnet. Shop at Best Buy now.
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