USC New Media Professor and author Andrew Lih shows us his new iPad in the movie below.
Andrew speculates that the magazine industry might be in for a nice surprise if the iPad changes us from being active content producers on the web -- think YouTube -- to becoming more passive consumers of information, their information.
But Content Matter says iPad won't save print and people won't stop producing content.
After yesterday's iFail post a fight broke out in the comments section between the Mac defenders and detractors.
One of the more interesting points, which I hadn't considered, is that by not including a standard USB port where you can plug in, for example, a mouse. Now, you'll be forced to buy an Apple mouse.
The comment comes from "deepfreezevideo" who says that he'll wait for the competitors to introduce something with standard ports so he can use "off-the-shelf keyboards, mice, external displays and many other accessories."
But the question becomes who are the competitors? There's the JooJoo Tablet, yawn. I'm psyched about Light Blue Optics' invention of a projector that "instantly turns any flat surface into a touch screen." I doubt the technology is quite there yet with this product, but one day it could be very cool.
But for now we have the iPad, take a tour below: