You can't dispute that the iPad has a gorgeous display with rich colors and a vibrant resolution.
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The iPad's design similarities with the iPhone are immediately obvious, from the single Home button to the black border around the display.
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Keep in mind, however, that the iPad is about six times larger than the iPhone.
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Just keep a firm grip on the iPad when holding it. It's made from high-quality materials, but we'd take great care not to drop it.
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Of course the iPad is portable, but you'll need a rather large bag for carrying it about.
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The iPad (upper left) makes your average MacBook look enormous and it's larger than most e-book readers, like the Amazon Kindle. On the other hand, it's smaller than the JooJoo tablet (bottom left).
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The iPad is almost the same size as an issue of National Geographic. And you can use it to access more than month's content.
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On the top of the iPad you'll find the headphone jack, a microphone, and the screen lock button.
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The 30-pin dock connector and the speaker are on the bottom of the iPad.
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