Countdown to iPad – Get in line (Use Case 26)

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iPad: time management well in hand.
iPad: time management well in hand.
A thread in Google Answers claims the average person “spends an estimated 45 to 62 minutes waiting everyday. That’s about 3 years in a 70 year lifetime. ” Though I can’t confirm the precise number, that seems to be the way my day goes.

With my iPhone, I accomplish many tasks while waiting, but often I need something a little extra. iPad will allow me to keep working when I would otherwise be wasting time. Let iPad move you to the front of the line efficiently and enjoyably. What are you waiting for?

iPad – Can your laptop do this?

Countdown to iPad Series – There are countless articles and posts citing what the iPad isn’t or won’t be good at. We think they are wrong. Join us as we celebrate the countdown to iPad’s debut by posting a daily iPad use case.

We have many iPad use case scenarios queued up, but could always use more. Please comment and share your iPad ideas below.

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2 thoughts on “Countdown to iPad – Get in line (Use Case 26)”

  1. Disagree.
    I think any smartphone will work better in this case than an iPad.

    And the picture used in the article is also not a good one, how you can control iPad with one hand while taking a luggage in the other hand?

  2. I appreciate your input. As for smart phone vs. iPad I still feel there are times waiting in line, waiting in a lobby, etc. where I wish I had something with more screen real estate. Re: luggage question – I would think he would put down the luggage to navigate just as he would to turn a page if he were reading a book.

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