"hype about lighter, smaller alternative to a laptop is to be believed."
I'm just a programmer and never found anyone that hyped the iPad as an alternative to a laptop. There's so much missing in the iPad. Such as how would I write Apps on an iPad?
You're right. It's hype and sorry that someone believed it.
Having said that, I do own a Kingston WiDrive and it's working fine.
Apologies if this has been covered - I've searched, but not seen an answer.
I have an airport extreme with a USB disk connected to it. My desktop Mac can access internet etc, and see/use this disk wirelessly.
My iPad can also connect to the internet wirelessly via the airport, but cannot see the disk.
Apple tech help say (but don't/can't explain why) it isn't possible to have remote access via an iPad, but that's a bit hard to believe if the iPad hype about lighter, smaller alternative to a laptop is to be believed.
Any thoughts ?