Apple IPad Reviews By Mossberg And Pogue Are Out

Posted: Apr 1 2010, 1:07am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:19pm CDT, in News | Apple

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Apple has of course given an iPad to the most well known tech reviewers including Walter Mossberg and David Pogue. Overall the first batch of iPad reviews is very positive.
Mossberg's iPad review has a lot of 'I am impressed with...' phrases, but at the end he leaves it open if the iPad is a real challenger to the laptop or netbook.

David Pogue tested for instance video playback and found out that the iPad plays 12 hours continuous video on a single battery charge. This is longer than the 10 hours advertised. Mr. Pogue's verdict about the iPad: "The bottom line is that the iPad has been designed and built by a bunch of perfectionists. If you like the concept, you’ll love the machine. The only question is: Do you like the concept?"
Find below an iPad review round-up of all iPad reviews that have appeared so far.

Apple iPad Review Round-up:
Walter Mossberg AllThingsD
David Pogue NY Times
Edward Baig USA Today
Tim Gideon PC Mag
Andy Ihnatko Chicago Sun Times

THe Apple iPad is available at Apple Stores and Best Buy (with Apple shops) this Saturday starting 9am. More iPad News.

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