So, the iPad is capable of showing a presentation. Good for it I suppose, but seriously, laptops do the job just as well. This guy is probably just an idiot since he doesn't know how to hook a laptop up to a VGA cable.
"MacLitigator, which chronicles the use of Apple computers by lawyers"
...seriously, does it need to be that hardcore? It's not like it was just a spur of the moment thing. Seeing as he runs the site, he obviously did this for the publicity, which tom's graciously gave him.
i love my iPad but this article has to be a joke right? when you have to write, "see, it can do things well!" it just makes it look even worse. iPad jailbroken? cool. it was actually helpful to know it was out. iPad used by someone we dont know nor care about for the purpose it was released? um, keep it to yourself.
[citation][nom]mavanhel[/nom]So, the iPad is capable of showing a presentation. Good for it I suppose, but seriously, laptops do the job just as well. This guy is probably just an idiot since he doesn't know how to hook a laptop up to a VGA cable.[/citation]
Most lawyers are NOT very technical.
You guys are missing the point to this post, as well as those like it. It's a comedy post to make us laugh at the audacity and stupidity of mac users. Its like those AT&T response commercials with Luke Wilson.
It just shows the insecurity of Apple and how hard it must try to be considered a viable option instead of just being a gimmic/toy.(That typically does things wrong...mainly corporate related)
Been there. Done that... starting over a decade ago.
First was a PDA with a downloaded PowerPoint assisted by a device called the Pitch Duo, then with a Sony UX handtop. Apple gets credit once again... for arriving to the party late and doing things that others have done passively well.
toms hardware has been going down the drain in the last year, Apple and Nvidia have lined thier pockets very deep i suspect, time to go looking for more "middle ground" tech sites, ill stop coming here i think