Is there anything the iPad can’t do? It won’t be replacing your MacBook any time soon, but if Rana Sobhany is any indication, it could be replacing your much more expensive DJ equipment. What she has done is hooked up two iPads to a basic $100 DJ mixer and a $100 USB sound box, reproducing a full DJ setup.
From what we can gather, Rana really is the first iPad DJ. Each of the two iPad devices have been loaded with several DJ-related applications and then they are connected to a cheap $100 DJ mixer so that she do things like cross-fade and hit kill switches.more →
You got your hands on a magical new Apple iPad and you couldn’t be happier with the ability to surf the web from your living room couch. Unfortunately, there’s no optical drive, so how do you go about watching your DVD collection?
Wondershare Software of China has developed Wondershare DVD to iPad converter and iPad Video Converter specifically for this purpose, giving you the ability to take your DVD movies and view them on your new iPad.more →
Apple today officially announced that on Friday, April 30, Wi-Fi + 3G models of the magical iPad will be delivered to US customers who pre-ordered the device before April 3rd. It will also be in Apple stores the same day after 5:00pm.
A higher demand for the iPad caused a delay in international shipments. Estimates show over 600,000 units were sold in the first six days of sales, that’s a good number, and doesn’t include those waiting for the 3G version.more →
Maybe you’re really interested in the Apple iPad, just like everyone elese these days. However, you’re not as interested in that iPhone-based operating system and you can’t be bothered with something the size of the iPad. It seems that a strange company called Moonse has you covered.
What you see here is the Moonse E-7001 tablet. In just about every regard, they’ve designed this product to look just like the Apple iPad. There are certainly differences, of course.more →
Speck is keeping us covered again, this time with the release of several new solutions for your new Apple iPad’s. There are three new products to keep your iPad safe and secure, available immediately from Apple.com and Apple Stores, the Speck PixelShield Sleeve is a durable screen protection layer for the iPad. It’s soft, and lets you away your iPad in a scratch-free micro-fleece lined carrying case, available in red and black for $40.
The PixelSleeve Plus is extra-durable and has a neoprene exterior, has a carrying handle too, and is carried in landscape style rather than portrait like thePixelSleeve. Price is also $40 and comes in black with gray lining.more →
Right now, the only version of the Apple iPad that you can buy comes with Wi-Fi alone with a 3G radio nary in sight. In fact, Canadians can’t officially buy one within our borders yet, having to trek down to the United States to get an iPad. That’s going to change very soon.
That’s because Rogers will sell it and, hopefully, this will be at a subsidized price. That can help you save hundreds in the short run, though you’ll be stuck with a data contract in the long run.more →
The crazy kooks at Colorware are taking their massive paint buckets to the iPad. I guess we should have only expected so much. If you go over to the Colorware website, you’ll see that they are now painting iPads at will. As before, you don’t get anything extra in terms of specs, features, or performance, but you can stand out from the crowd with a vividly colored iPad.
The blue and yellow scheme featured looks pretty good, I’d say, but I’m thinking that going with a red iPad could just spur on an increasingly overwhelming number of immature jokes about feminine hygiene.more →
The Apple iPad has only been on the market for less than a week and it hasn’t even launched in Canada yet, but that hasn’t stopped a Digitimes analyst from predicting the future of the platform. While the iPad is bigger than the iPhone, it seems that we could be getting an iPad nano too.
According to a senior analyst at Digitimes, Apple is planning to release a smaller version of the iPad that will boast much of the same functionality, but in a smaller form factor.more →
iSuppli is punching numbers again, this time they’ve come up with hardware costs for the Apple iPad. Being magical and all isn’t just a marketing tactic, iSuppli found there’s a lot more to the iPad than initiaullay estimated. Their first calculation put the iPad at $219.35 for materials, but once they actually got the unit and cracked it open, they found that the touchscreen was controlled by three spearate chips, bringing the materials cost up to $259.60 for the 16GB iPad.more →
Everyone is super excited about the new Apple iPad and Steve Jobs couldn’t be happier. At the same time, this is going to open up a whole new market for competitors and it seems like the HP Slate could be a real contender. If you look at the spec sheets recently released, it beats the iPad in several areas.
Sure, the HP Slate hasn’t quite the market yet and the iPad has, but this list of features really seems to put the iPad in its place. For starters, the Slate gets a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Menlow Z530 processor, which should be peppier than the 1GHz Apple A4 processor in the iPad.more →
We Rule is a popular iPhone and iPad game that is tearing up the app store. The full version is available free and has grown with a cult following on facebook and dozens of forums throughout the internet. So what is We Rule all about and how does it generate so much money?
We Rule gives you a virtual interactive medieval kingdom to run. You build houses, roads, businesses, and natural works around your stronghold to create a thriving town. You generate revenue to build these works by planting crops, fixed taxation of houses, and businesses.more →
One of the best note-taking applications available on the iPhone and iPod touch is Evernote. It’s incredibly popular among business users, students, and the general public alike. Well, now Evernote is available for the iPad too.
By taking advantage of the larger display, Evernote for iPad can be even more useful to Apple lovers on the go.more →
There’s definitely no drought in the iTunes app store today, as companies push their latest creations out in to a magical new world created by Apple, consumers anticipate the arrival of their multi-touch tablet. Will it be as magical as Steve says it will be? Or will it be as confusing as Letterman found it to be, hardly. But with all these apps coming out from the best software companies around, you can surely expect it to be something worth looking at. We’re kicking off the launch of the iPad with these 43 apps for you to peruse, some may appeal to you, some for the kids, but either way there’s an app that will suit you.more →
All visually stunning, GodFinger, We Rule, Charadium, Flick Fishing, NBA Hotshots, Warpgate and CastleCraft from ngmoco are set to hit the iTunes App store for the Apple iPad.
Quite a powerful lineup to hit the iPad all in one blast. ngmoco says go big or go home, and brings you their most popular titles for the multi-touch machine.more →
Among the hundreds of iPad apps that go live for download tomorrow is one that stands out among all others, and that my friends, is Geometry Wars. If you own the Xbox 360 you should be well versed in the retro-styled space shooter. Graphics are positively stunning and the gameplay is addictive.
From what I can see, this iPad version looks just as good as the Xbox Live Arcade one. I’ve got a burning suspicion that it makes use of the accelerometer in some way, tilting your way through intergalactic stellar stardust.more →