The iPad Isn’t A PC — But It’s Trying Hard To Behave Like One

If you have an iPad already, you probably use it for checking e-mail or browsing the Web, Twitter or Facebook, using apps, reading an e-book or even putting together presentations. But on Wednesday, Apple took great care to show you how you can be doing even more with this new category of mobile device — especially things you might have done previously on a PC.

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