What can iGet to accessorise my iPad?


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  • Thursday, 15 Apr 2010

SEATTLE: For US$499 (RM1,700) consumers in the United States can buy Apple’s iPad, a power adaptor, a cable for connecting to a computer and not much else — other than an overwhelming urge to spend at least US$200 (RM700) more.

The advertised price for the least expensive iPad might help entice more than just the well-to-do geek elite, but the cost of owning one usually turns out to be higher. Apple postponed the US launch of the product from March to April 3 and has delayed plans for the international launch until May.

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