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Apple iPad (1st Generation)
|Operating System:||iOS||Storage Capacity:||32 GB|
|Internet Connectivity:||Wi-Fi||Network:||Not Applicable|
|Hardware Connectivity:||Bluetooth||Screen Size:||9.7 in|
|Put together your laptop, iPod and iPhone – you get the dynamic Apple iPad. Weighing a mere 1.5 lbs, this 32GB iPad can store up to 8000 songs or 32 hours of video. Enjoy Wi-Fi networks with this Apple Wi-Fi iPad as it automatically locates the available ones, while the Bluetooth connectivity cuts the clutter with Bluetooth headphones and wireless Apple keypads. The 1024-by-768 pixel resolution displays crystal clear images on the 9.7-inch screen of the Apple iPad – watch your movies, videos, and TV shows crisper than before. The reengineered Multi-Touch screen of this 32 GB iPad makes the operation more precise than your iPhone or iPod. Customize your Apple Wi-Fi iPad with nearly 140,000 applications - be it for social networking, games, music or even serious business. The Apple iPad, with a perfect blend of looks and performance is probably the only gadget you will ever need again – except of course, to make calls.|
|Model||Apple iPad (1st Generation)|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||103153923|
|Product Key Features|
|Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Screen Size||9.7 in|
|Resolution||1024 x 768|
|Additional Product Features|
|Supported File Types||Vcf, Xlsx, Doc, Key, Docx, Avi, Pptx, Aiff, JPG, MP3 Vbr, HTML, Ppt, Xls, MP3, He-Aac, MOV, Apple Lossless, MPEG-4, PDF, Htm, Pages, WAV, GIF, Aac-Lc, TIFF, M4v, Aac, Rtf, Mp4, Protected Aac, Txt, H.264, Audible Format 2, Audible Format 3, Audible Format 4, Numbers|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN|
|Touch Screen Technology||Multi-Touch|
|Battery Technology||Rechargeable Lithium-Polymer|
|Audio Output||Line Out, Sound Card, Speaker(s), Headphones|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 10hr.|
|Audio Input||Integrated Microphone|
|Security Features||Quick Lock|
|Special Features||Bluetooth, Touch Screen, Web Browser|
|MAX. Video Resolution||1024x768|
|Expansion Ports||Bluetooth, USB|
|Processor Type||Apple A4|
|RAM Technology||DDR DRAM|
|Wireless Capabilities||WLAN 802.11n, WLAN 802.11A, Built-In Wireless, Bluetooth, WLAN 802.11g, WLAN 802.11b|
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Long battery life
Good quality screen
I love it!
I bought this 1st Gen iPAD to replace one I lost 3 years ago. In the interim we bought an iPAD Air, which I find has too many touch-sensitive features on-screen, so that I was always invoking commands that I didn't want. The 1st Gen also has the larger screen size and the 'heft' that I missed in the Air; and I actually love the old-style graphics on the Notepad, Calendar and Music player. The only drawback with the 1st Gen is that its Operating system is too old to handle many of today's high-powered apps.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: eazytrade84
Overall great for the price I paid.
Not many apps are compatible for the 1st Gen iPad. You cant use it to view PDFs that you try to sync via iTunes. You have to upload them to Online storage and download it to the iPad itself. However, not all is bad..... Dump a bunch of movies on it or songs and it is great for road trips, or just laying on your bed to read the news. It was a snap to jailbreak it (if you really need to get down and dirty). If it would at least sync my PDFs I would have rated higher.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: decluttr_store
Hardware there, software not quite there yet
I LOVE my iPad. I have found that it is great for short business trips, vacations and the like. What I didn't expect, but love is that it's also great for the kitchen! (family calendar, recipe file, weather, listening to NPR while I cook, etc, etc). I've taken to putting it in a dock in the kitchen while I'm not using it on a trip or in the evening. It's a great 'appliance' in my kitchen. And the battery life is nothing short of amazing. I got stuck in Denver last week on a business trip due to weather. My chargers were in my check in luggage. I was in Denver (enroute to DC) for 24 hours, the iPad lasted through three 2-hour movies, two 2hr TV shows, tons and tons of emails and even a couple hours of editing business documents. I estimate a solid 12 hours of actual use one charge.. and it still had 20% charge left. But why Good and not Excellent. The hard ware is there, it's excellent for travel and home use, maybe even business. It could replace my laptop. But the software isn't "there" yet. The OS NEEDS multitasking and a few other tweaks and features to make it useful for business travel or even just to make it a good family kitchen appliance. It needs this and some other things to make it 'there'. And the iPad-specific apps are seriously lacking to date. Yes, you can use iPhone apps. but why? they are small and built for that tiny screen. They feel pretty useless on an iPad. Yet, there are SO many apps that COULD be done on the iPad that don't exist yet, or are on the iPhone but would be much much better on the iPad.. and they aren't there yet. For example, there are some decent recipe apps, but all just not really 'there'. They have keynote and pages, but they aren't 'there' yet either. So much potential.. and not quite there. The good news is that the OS is supposed to upgrade this fall, and the apps are coming and getting better. My advice is GET AN iPad.. you'll find it's much much more useful than you ever thought, and will be finding uses you didn't know you had. BUT.. wait till fall when the software (OS and apps) catches up to the hardware's potential.
Apple iPad 32GB
I mostly really like it. It is a bit heavy to use as an e-reader all the time but do like the backlighting for night viewing in the dark. A bit hard to view in the direct sunlight. Needs strong WiFi source to get quick downloads so that is a potential drawback even in the house vs the 3G model like the iPhone. As a result I'm looking for a WiFi repeater to get better signal into parts of the house further away from source. I like the larger screen compares with smaller 7 inch readers and tablets coming out - makes it much easier to read and manipulate. My wife loves using it so I may need to buy her one ! Price is a bit of a down side but if you are going to use it as a mini computer then it costs less than an AirBook e.g. I might rate it higher if I can get hold of a good repeater to send signal into other parts of house. However, beside that problem I really enjoy using it. I found a nice inexpensive leather case on eBay which protects it and is a good addition to get. I would buy the iPad again but might consider an AirBook instead for a second one.
Apple Ipad 32g wifi
This purchase was based on providing me entertainment on the flights I am doing internationally. The Ipad has a lot of nice features to occupy anyone for hours with music, video and web searches (except Adobe flash base). The weight isn't noticable for the first few hours but dows seem to get heavier as the hours pass. The screen is really crisp and easy to look at, even at the brightest levels. Wifi works well, when you can find a source. I wouldn't recommend this as a laptop replacement but more as a portable entertainment device. If the data plans were cheaper and I didn't already have data on my cellphone, I would have gone with the 32g with 3G.