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GPS on iPad
Posted by Ideasinfocus on 2010-04-11 09:24:08
In reply to Rob Walch
Rob - here's a topic I'd love to see you explore in a future article. What about people who buy the 3G version of the iPad but only to take advantage of the GPS functionality? I cringe at paying an additional wireless fee, but with iPad I only have to when I absolutely need it. When I think of using the iPad as a large screen GPS unit, the extra $130 sounds like a great deal vs. buying a Tom Tom or Garmin. I understand the maps will have to be loaded natively on the iPad vs. downloaded on the fly, and there will likely be a charge for the GPS app, but for the latter, I'd be paying for that anyway. Am I missing something here? Anyone else have this same plan?

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Re: The iPad Makes It Hard to Resist the Temptation to Gloat  Rob Walch  2010-04-05 10:55:01
GPS on iPad  Ideasinfocus  2010-04-11 09:24:08
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