Just catching up on my file of clippings from a hectic weekend and thought I'd share this great article by Michael Gartenberg of Entelligence on the iPad as a productivity tool. Productivity is always near to my heart and I am always seeking a better way complete a task. The full article is posted on Engadget (see link below)
"When Apple announced the iPad, Steve Jobs positioned it in the space directly between the laptop and phone. That greatly interests me because there are moments in my life where my phone is too small and my laptop too large. While the iPad clearly won't replace my phone anytime soon, my question is: Can it replace my laptop on occasion and serve as a content creation as well as content consumption tool?
A few weeks ago, I deliberately left my laptop at home for a week of heavy business travel. Instead, I relied mostly on three phones: an iPhone, a Pre and an HD2. And now I've been using a production iPad for the four activities that were difficult and uncomfortable on my phone. Here's what I learned."