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The iPad ebook reader is a new development from Apple, one that seems to want to take over the world.
Benefits of the iPad Ebook Reader
When it comes to Apple products, many people have drunk the Steve Jobs Koolaid and swear that even his jeans could make their lives easier. The iPad is getting these same raves. Using a Kindle-like ebook reader program, the Apple iBook reader, the iPad allows users to have page turning capabilities, albeit virtual, but the main selling point of this ebook is the ease with which you can use it for other functions as well as the ease with which you can buy and download ebooks. The wireless model allows you to access the fast 3G network, though you will need to pay a monthly fee for this privilege. You will find you can turn the iPad in any direction to make the reading easier.
Downsides of the iPad Ebook Reader
Just as with any Apple product, the iPad is a great design, but it’s pretty pricey at the beginning. Right now, the wireless models are the priciest, coming in around $130 more than the non-wireless models. Right now, it seems that this iPad ebook reader is just in the beginning stages of its possibilities, so it might be well worth waiting for the summer, when Apple will probably sell an ebook reader that’s cheaper and better than the first generation.