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Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal

“My verdict is that, while it has compromises and drawbacks, the iPad can indeed replace a laptop for most data communication, content consumption and even limited content creation, a lot of the time. But it all depends on how you use your computer.”

David Pogue of New York Times

“The iPad is so fast and light, the multitouch screen so bright and responsive, the software so easy to navigate, that it really does qualify as a new category of gadget. Some have suggested that it might make a good goof-proof computer for technophobes, the aged and the young; they’re absolutely right.”

Edward Baig of USA Today

“The first iPad is a winner. It stacks up as a formidable electronic-reader rival for Amazon’s Kindle. It gives portable game machines from Nintendo and Sony a run for their money.”

Overall it seems that the iPad is looking like it could be a huge success for certain demographics. There might be crowd of people who want more from the iPad, but it could be that those people are not the focus of Apple at the moment. In the US it goes on sale this Saturday, April 3. It will be interesting to see how people feel about the device once they get their hands on it.

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