If you haven't been locked in a basement bunker in the last six months, you've probably heard of the Apple iPad. This lightweight new notebook from Stephen Jobs is seen by many critics as a large iPhone suffering from serious megalomania.
However, if we're having fun, is the iPad the best student laptop or the ideal? A careful review of the iPad's capabilities can answer this question. What does the iPad have or not say whether the iPad is a suitable device for students or not? You can now get the best- quality ipads for schools by clicking at:
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First, let's take a look at some of the top iPad outlets that bring out the student in all of us. It's lightweight and extremely portable, about half an inch thick and weighing about 1½ pounds, so the iPad can be easily carried anywhere.
You won't even notice it's in your backpack or purse, and with over 10 hours of battery life, the iPad will likely last your longest day at school. Second, there's a 9.7-inch color touchscreen which has weaned all iPhone and iPod users well. This touch screen comes in handy, especially in a quiet classroom or auditorium.
The colorful display makes reading books and magazines a lot more fun. Third, the iPad is also handy for surfing the Internet, watching videos, and even playing games. However, the book reading function can make the iPad a virtual "replacement" for any textbook.
Imagine that instead of taking out 5 or 6 heavy textbooks every day in class, you store them on your iPad – and have instant access to them. But what about highlighting all that important text with that big red highlight – there might already be an app for that.