iPad Review: Things that iPad Doesn’t Have
Before everyone would be gone mad with this latest gadget in their hand, we need to see the both sides of the coin now. iPad, Apple’s latest gadget has been making a greatest noise now. Buyers are even camping outside an Apple store just to be the first to get it. Considering the gadget’s price, it is also important to know what this gadget is bringing. After all the reviews coming out, it is already certain and everyone knows its features.
For all those who were not able to get their iPad yet and to those who were still waiting for more reviews to come out, it’s about time for you to know the other side of the iPad, which are the things that it doesn’t provide. Here is a list
1. Camera – too bad but it’s true, iPad doesn’t have camera, video camera or webcam. It closes off the possibility of using the iPad as a videophone.
2. USB Port – no USB ports instead there are dock connectors. This mean an additional charge. It has been announced that there is a camera connection kit and a $30 pair of adapters which will let you either plug the camera in direct or plug in an SD card to pull off the photos.
3. Flash Player – iPad doesn’t support Flash player.
4. OLED – The Organic Light Emitting Diode is absent in iPad. Aside from being expensive, this technology is somewhat disadvantageous though because it won’t reading in daylight.
5. GPS – for Wi Fi only iPad yes it is absent but for Wifi and 3G it comes along with AGPS or assisted GPS.
6. Multitasking – unlike other gadgets, iPad doesn’t support multitasking wherein in only favors target users. Wired users can’t benefit from it. It doesn’t run applications on its background.
7. Keybooard – it doesn’t have the hardware keyboard, instead you will get the optional touch keyboard on the screen for an additional of $70 aside from the gadget’s basic price.
8. HDMI – you can’t hook it to your HD monitor, there’s no way not unless you have a computer then hook it up to your HD monitor instead but not your iPad.
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