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Do you intend to buy the new iPad?


PC Advisor

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Let us know in our new poll.

Latest Poll: Do you intend to buy the new iPad?

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buteman

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Only if you can get me a 50% discount.

I was thinking of getting one but thought that it was a bit on the expensive side for me.

Would probably have to hide it from the other half if I still wanted to live.

So looks like a No from me,But you never know.

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Woolwell

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No - because I already have iPad2 and see no reason to change.

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Mr Mistoffelees

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No, because I just don't need one.

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interzone55

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This will please Apple - so far 7 votes polled, with 100% No.

Personally I really can't see a use for one, I have a laptop for general home use, a desktop PC for when more grunt is required on a job, a netbook for catching on Facebook etc in bed or when travelling, and an Android phone for general surfing on the move.

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Quickbeam

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No, I haven't broken the two I use now yet.

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john bunyan

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No: too little memory for price; does not replace a laptop for windows use. A nice "extra" but pricy.

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Aitchbee

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Yesterday, I saw a 'lil ol' lady' whip out an ipad lookalike, on the bus, and I thought to myself... I might be doing the same thing in twenty years' time...if I'm lucky!

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Woolwell

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Memory is not an issue for me. The great advantage is its portability and ease of use. It fires up instantly, has a good battery life and I would not consider a netbook instead. The drawback is price.

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ams4127

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No.

My original iPad still does what I want and is in pristine condition.

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Chegs ®™

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No,too pricey and I have no use for one.

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