The iPad represents the shift from computer platform to computing appliance. There are many examples of this now, but the iPad represents the most blatant.

This week, join NCSU's Hal Meeks at AV-1 as he shares his first month with an ....

oooh, baby!iPad as computing appliance

m, has a processor, RAM and storage, and a modest amount of third-party support. However, unlike a personal computer, it is a "closed" environment that not just anyone can write for.

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