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If style and excellent performance are high on your criteria for the perfect desktop computer or notebook, Apple products are an excellent option. We've put together a list of all of our current reviews of desktop PCs and notebooks from Apple.

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Apple iPad

The iPad isn't magical, as much as Apple wants you to believe this is the case. It is, however, a very entertaining device that’s currently being held back by a lack of content and a number of missing features. The iPad will only get better and will ultimately succeed off the back of Apple's existing application and content ecosystem.

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  • 26th May, 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Apple
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  • Pros:
  • Design, outstanding screen, App Store, excellent battery life, impressive performance, works with existing iPhone apps, great digital photo frame
  • Cons:
  • Holding and typing is awkward, display smudges easily, screen almost impossible to see in direct sunlight, no USB port, no SD card reader, no camera, Web browser doesn't support Flash, currently limited content
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