iPad Lines Around The World

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Apple’s iPad goes on sale this morning, and hundreds (thousands?) of people are currently standing in line around the world to get theirs. (Well, OK, technically, just in the U.S.; International sales start in a few weeks.)

It’s pretty amazing, really, considering this is a $500 to $700 computer they’re in line to buy — not a $199 iPhone.

The longest lines seem to be, naturally, in New York City, where people line up for anything (burgers in a park, movie tickets, every iPhone), but people are tweeting out pictures from all over the place.

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Fifth Avenue, NYC

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SoHo, NYC

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Palo Alto, CA

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Easton: Columbus, OH

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Upper West Side, NYC

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Alamonte Springs, FL

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San Francisco, CA

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Nashua, NH

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Chestnut Hill, MA

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Mall Of Georgia: Buford, GA

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14th Street, NYC

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Michigan Avenue: Chicago, IL

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Unknown Mall, Anytown, USA

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14th Street, NYC

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Woodland, MI

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Charlotte, NC

Thanks to reader Jose Liz

Charlotte, NC

Thanks to reader Jose Liz

Somewhere near Philadelphia

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Eastview: Victor, NY

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Reston, VA

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Nashville, TN

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Burlington, MA

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Tice's Corner, NJ

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Boylston Street: Boston, MA

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Michigan Avenue: Chicago, IL

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