Hi Pete - that is the model that is US$650 in the UKHey Billy: I just picked one up this past weekend. The only reason I was able to get one was
because the wife new the manager really well and he had a private stash in the back.
Mine was the 16 gig (dont neet much) wireless only....and I really like it so far... oh, it was
$499...he didn give me a break on the price...so much for friends
exactly, editting photos with computer is a good choice. ipad is still somewhat weak at that, but it is a good way to show photos.I would want one if it could handle photos well. But once you have them on the IPad it will not connect to anything to get then off. I does not recognize flash drives or any external drives unless you are willing to use an awkward work-around. I called Apple about this and they said, Right you need to use a computer.
Because then nobody would buy the MacBook Air. I agree, by the way, I won't buy an ipad without some type of file management system and easy ability to move stuff on and off the device. If I ever get something like this it would be the super light laptop instead. But I can't find a need for that either, so I just have my desktop Mac and an iphone and I'm pretty happy with that setup.I am still using my iPad 1. Can't stand the inability to organize my photos using the iPad itself. Totally irritated. As user friendly as Apple products are supposed to be, the umbilical chord of the iPad to iTunes is quite annoying. Why should I not be allowed to create folders, move photos around the folders, and delete photos as I wish just using the iPad???
I believe that the only way to get "stuff" on the ipad is to either "wireless" it across, (Apple say use itunes), or to download it to the thingCongratulations to you, Bill - and to your wife! I keep thinking it would be great for my husband (and of course I would like one, too). How does one play a DVD - do you need a separate drive or is there a slot? I'm not up-to-date on this new one.