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When the Keynote of Apple came to 4Chan, everyone on /v/ started talking about the iPad and why it is good and why it is crap. The first spoof image was this:
Various pictures are spreading right now, so put some images in the Add Photo thing and I will put it up here.
What the iPad basically is:
Yes, I double posted.
A false memo on the iPad:
As the iPad rumor spread, people started to make remarks or reviews on the iPad like:Anonymous 01/28/10(Thu)18:45 No.7932602 [Reply]
I have several decisions to make, here goes:
>get a lenovo skylight when they come out, remotely connect to my desktop through 3G network
>get a ipad when out, remotely connect through 3G; more work since I have to hack the piece of shit iphone OS (I'd get a joojoo since it's the same exact thing but bigger which is better, but it's not connected to 3G sadly)
>shoot up my local mall with an ak then kill myself for mentioning the ipad
>/g/ miraculously recommends me a better alternative. I need a mobile computer that has 8 hr+ battery life, connection citywide (NOT WI-FI), and under $3000
A newscast on 4Chan about the iPad:
>Many people will bemoan the lack of Flash in the iPad. It wasn't mentioned, but eagle-eyed viewers would have seen the missing plugin icon on the New York Times site during yesterday's demo, and given that Apple clearly hates Flash as both a non-open web "standard" and as a buggy, CPU-hungry piece of code, it's unlikely it will ever be added, unless Apple decides it wants to cut the battery life down to two hours.
>Who needs Flash, anyway? YouTube and Vimeo have both switched to H.264 for video streaming (in Chrome and Safari, at least -- Firefox doesn't support it), and the rest of the world of Flash is painful to use.
>In fact, we think the lack of Flash in the iPad will be the thing that finally kills Flash itself. If the iPad is as popular as the iPhone and iPod Touch, Flash-capable browsers will eventually be in the minority.
iPad Spam rage:
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