Apple have just released a set of illustrative tutorials that are designed to show you how slick and intuitive it is to use your forthcoming iPad.
We don’t care what the nay-sayers are up to – we think the iPad is an innovative and user friendly way to get web information. We did feature a test run for the iPad in a recent blog entry.
It isn’t designed to be a mass data engine, a gigantic generator of codes and complex graphics. It isn’t meant replace, at the moment, all the kit that is sitting on your desk at present.
Writing this piece we are facing three screens, two printers and assorted speakers, cables and external storage devices.
But if you want a fast, portable web reader with communication facilities then the iPad will, if you are like us, be a key purchase for us this year.
There are alternatives available already – like the Archos 9 netbook – a small, slick mobile solution. But does it have the wow factor that Apple offer?
You will probably need the Safari browser to get the best from your iPad tutorial experience. You can get it here.