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The iPad question: To buy or not to buy?

The iPad has taken the UK by storm. As the super-hyped device makes its march across the world, Sky News takes time out to see whether it’s worth the fuss.

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June 3, 2010 4:01 by



The much-hyped iPad from Apple launched last week in the UK, and it had British techno-freaks queuing for hours to be the first to get their hands on it.

Apple’s tablet device has already broken the 2 million sales barrier, says the Financial Times, and the numbers are set to keep growing as other countries around the world get their chance to buy (as Kipp reported, the iPad is expected to officially launch in the UAE in late summer).

But is it really worth the fuss? And more importantly, should you buy one? Sky News took time out 24 hours after the UK launch to look at the pros and cons of the magnificent machine.

Source: Sky News



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