The iPad allows us to do many things, whether it be to watch and interact with media, utilise hundreds of thousands of apps, browse the web, send email or simply play games.
People are continually finding new ways to use the iPad as a promotional tool, but this video from Swedish magicians Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales, on behalf of the city of Stocklholm... is pretty awesome, combining seven iPads with a bit of sleight of hand and a live audience.
or check out Simon Pierro?s voodoo fueled iPad demonstration.
Having worked with macs for well over 10 years you cannot imagine the joy I felt when Apple released the "Mighty Mouse" and I got my hands on one back in 2006, a nicely designed, usable mouse that had enough functionality to control major tasks just with the buttons on the side of the mouse + it had a scroll ball!
My enjoyment for the product quickly faded as I realised the side buttons became a hindrance more than helpful and the scroll ball was about as reliable as a tabloid horoscope, so far I have broken three or rather, I have had three of these that have broken just through light use.
Now Apple have brought out their "Magic Mouse", a fantastic little piece of kit that is intuitive and dynamic with its Multi-Touch technology. The major factor for me is that its design is more streamlined than the previous giving a more natural feel and less strain on your wrist as well as the removal of the scroll ball. Every action is done by a click or a gesture, to scroll or swipe you simply gesture over the mouse as you would with the Macbook or iPhone.
Mine is currently in the post but I cant wait to see how long it takes me to break this one!