Tuesday, October 23, 2012
For me this is a no brainer -- I don't need smaller! The idea of anything smaller than the iPad's current dimensions doesn't make sense to me. As a real mobile computer I need the extra screen size of the iPad. Anything less would mean getting out a magnifying glass. In fact, I have a smaller screen at my disposal. It's called my iPhone! One of the reasons I was so excited about the iPad when it was originally introduced is because it was bigger than my iPhone, but smaller than a full sized laptop.
Even with the standard iPad I found myself reaching for my cheater reading glasses more and more. If I just wanted to read books on my iPad, I wouldn't have an iPad. I would have saved hundreds of dollars, and bought a Kindle or a Nook. I don't just read books on my iPad. It is a full blown computer for me. For that I need the bigger screen size. Particularly for courtroom use, the idea of going any smaller than the current iPad screen size would seem to me to be a real handicap.
Don't forget, I love Apple! But, for real mobile trial lawyers too much of a small thing may not be a good thing. . . .
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