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What Would Apple’s Version Of An iPad Look Like?

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Presently, no one quite knows what Apple’s rumored internet tablet will look like exactly.  We won’t really know until they are ready to be released.  That hasn’t stopped many of the gadget industry’s bloggers and journalists from coming up with their own ideas of how their ipad might look.  From everything that is being said about the device, such as how it will be a larger version of the iPod Touch, I can’t see their ideas being too far off from reality, but you can judge that for yourself after seeing some of the mock ups that have been created in the blogosphere thus far.  Take a look!

Chris Messina over at FactoryJoe.com created some interesting mock ups of what he thinks the iPad will look like.  The first one is just demonstrating what it will look like with the touch screen.

This next one Messina came up with shows an example of what the software interface might look like.

Messina also speculated the menu might look like this instead:

Another blogger, Sam Johnston from samj.net had a few ideas of his own.

Thanks to the creativity of these bloggers, we’re given a possible depiction of what’s to come.  Now look at some of the ipads that are on the market already and have been for some time now.  Here is one of the more popular ones named the Nokia N810.

It’s hard to tell from the picture, but here are the actual dimensions of the device: 9.4 x 7.5 x 3.1 inches.  It weight 1.6 lbs.  Here’s another picture of it, but this time with the QWERTY keyboard that slides out and a mini stand.

Here’s another model of an ipad currently on the market.  It is an Archos 5 250 GB

Again, it’s hard to tell the size, but here are the dimensions of this model: 5 x 0.8 x 3.1 inches and it weighs 1.4 pounds.  By looking at these, you can tell the bloggers aren’t that far off.

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