IT Management Slideshow: iPad: 7 Self-Contradictions
But as any survey of early iPad reviews will indicate, the iPad is not all it's cracked up to be. It's a wildly hyped device that may prove to be a critical step in the evolution of computers, but it's too limited to have a profound impact on how work gets done, which is clearly what IT executives are most interested in.
In fact, it doesn't take much to poke holes in the iPad. All one has to do is read Apple's original press release on the device from Jan. 27. The language is, well, let's just say it's a bit out of touch with reality. What kind of self-contradictions are there? Let us inform you.