Dee Jay wrote:shock wrote:iPads just make me laugh, I work in I.T., and people are always trying to find a way to make the iPad fit into their job somehow to make it easier or more productive. 99% of the time it just ends up a big waste of time and the iPad ends up doing what it does best, filled with mindless apps and games.
I always wondered about this, too. are you being serious?
who here is gonna camp outside the apple store to be one of the first to buy one then jump for joy at the exit fist in the air
I'm serious. It's not a productive piece of hardware. There's only so much that can be done with software, and with how closed off the software is, makes for a pretty useless productivity device. I'm very good at what I do, and although I repeatedly tried to help people and businesses with it, in the end it just too limited. Try getting a stable VPN connection on an iPad, printing a document, designing something, or entering large amounts of data, what a joke. I understand why people are trying to replace a PC with an iPad, and why they pay me to help. Doing anything productive on an iPad is no so simple as the commercials would have you believe.