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  • http://www.theorganicview.com OrganicGuru

    I don’t have an ipad but after this, I just may get one. There are some really great functions with this phone. I am really impressed. The pet use was a cute touch! Regardless, my cat is not going to get one. She is spoiled enough.

    Thanks for taking the time to do the research on it!

  • http://troubledownsouth.wordpress.com/ Katrina Williams

    I have been wanting an I-Pad and plan to get one soon. I probably won’t use all the functions available on the I-Pad, but I will explore them to see what it can do.

  • http://presentations.tengoldenrules.com Jay Berkowitz

    I brought the iPad to a conference. it is easy to carry around, great for note taking and quick email check and Twitter/Foursquare.

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  • http://kbkmarketingandconsulting.com Jan Beery

    Brought on a business trip and used to hook up to projector. Did entire PPoint presentation! Worked great!

  • http://www.haleyconsultants.com Scott Haley

    Similar to your #10 above using it as a restaurant menu, I can see a restaurant soon issuing these to the wait staff. We already see them writing down an order and then walking off someplace to use a touch screen to send the order to the kitchen. How much faster and more accurate would it be to use the iPad as the touchscreen right at the table?

    Would love to hear from somebody that writes apps to see if this is feasible or in the works anywhere. Have many restaurant and bar clients.

  • http://www.mintzwebdesign.com Margie Mintz

    I have mine hooked into speakers, and listen to Pandora, which plays while I’m on other apps like Evernote.

  • http://www.andreajohnsonphotography.com/blog Andrea Johnson

    Fun tips, been using my ipad extensively since April 2010 for photo and video presentations. As a freelance photographer, haven’t found a better way to showcase great quality and in a portable device . Lots of people ask how to synch photos in separate albums, so I wrote step by step tips on my blog – http://andreajohnsonphotography.com/photography-tips/ipad-tips-importing-photos-videos

  • http://twitter.com/barta Andrea Torcoli

    One of my collegue is trying to build an ipad-based ordination/paying system for restaurant… :)

  • jacymose

    Wow I need these reasons to buy a necessary tool to make it excellent IPAD a cash register not only a nice toy I’ve posted some of these applications on FB and I started to download ..

  • Meltem Bicioglu

    İ loveee my iPad. İ don’t understand why some people refuses to use it. İt’s easy to carry and use. İ definetely agree with you. My husband and are addicted to Apple products.

  • Nicktaimitarha

    Until you have one you really can’t understand how addictive the iPad is, it just doesn’t feel like work, so quick to get online, great for recipes in the kitchen, makes Internet browsing so quick and easy and it’s just made for social media.

  • Tcouncell

    I’m a “storm chaser”. Much easier to have the iPad out to watch radar feeds, as long as I have an internet connection. I have the original iPad but my droid acts as a Wi-Fi hot spot. Works great.

  • http://usmannaeem.blogetery.com Uzzi

    Its an innovative gadget that has particularly helped shape the face of news reporting. All these above mentioned uses prove to us how much people enjoy playing around and making their daily life more injoyable and in a sense add another sense to our senses.

    • IPad Tester

      sad………….

  • Ipad tester

    I use my ipad as a test dummy. If it breaks I buy a new one. I am on my 12th IPad so far!!!!

  • John

    You might want to sit on the john sniffing the wonderful smell of your own crap but I sure as heck don’t!

  • Rob

    21. As a light
    I use it in a dark room to get around

  • Jinxed

    To level out a crooked table leg.

  • luvman79

    Kids watch movies so I can watch football.  Between Netflix streaming (somewhat limited) and I rip the DVD cartoon movies I own in the football off season.

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  • http://twitter.com/fantasticmv Manish

    I sit and flip through uploads in the #art stream on Streamzoo http://streamzoo.com/stream/art/all/ (founder)

  • http://twitter.com/ericvancamp Eric Van Camp

    As a softskills trainer I use it in classrooms to take a picture of my flipcharts I make. This enables me to monitor what I did, to better them afterwards….

  • Frances

    What a great, fun post. I have in iPad 2 and I can’t imagine life without it!

  • http://www.gadgetmasala.com/apple-tv-3-review-airplay-mirroring-itunes-match-and-many-more.html Apple TV 3

    The new ipad has come out with some great features. and you have done a great thing by posting this, and make it easier to understand the use of the new iPhone.

  • http://changememe.com/ Louise McGregor

    Restaurant menu? Done http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/story/2011-09-20/ipad-restaurant-menu-ordering/50482900/1 and http://mediagallery.usatoday.com/Restaurants-turn-to-iPads-/G2042?loc=interstitialskip and http://www.aptito.com/ipad-restaurant-menu/Digital-Menus

    But not in posh restaurants where customers are paying for a personal service experience, rather in bistro style restaurants.

  • Airport chauffeur

    Very useful if your job requires you to pick up passengers at the airport and need to hold up a sign with his/her name on it so that they notice you in a throng. Beats producing new plaques every time, and you could literally animate your ipad display with text and images to attract an arriving passenger when you’re surrounded by a sea of people and signs. The same principle probably applies in sports stadiums?

  • darinlhammond

    I like #6, but it becomes a problem when pulling oneself together, so to speak, and no shelf or table to rest it on. So I’ve heard. Someone should invent a hanger of some sort for such occasions.