Face-off: 1979 Apple Graphics Tablet vs. 2010 Apple iPad

30-year-old technology struts its stuff beside today's state-of-the-art tablet computer

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The graphics tablet was originally packaged with an interface card, a stylus, cables, a plastic overlay, a manual and software on a 5.25-in. floppy disk.

The iPad comes with a USB cable; a power adapter; an information card that shows some iPad basics such as where the switches are; a pamphlet of legal information, including the usual warnings about stupid things not to do with your iPad; and a page of white Apple stickers. Since the iPad requires a separate computer to configure, iTunes is not provided with the iPad.

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