Putting everything on an iPad would produce significant advantages.
The iPad told a similar story: 58 million units sold and $32 billion in net sales in 2012, and 59 percent year-over-year growth.
But the release of the iPad Mini marked two foreboding signs for the company.
The future there seems to be a race between the mullahs and the iPad, between sermons in the mosque and tweets on a smartphone.
Their brains are a lot smaller than ours, meaning that a lot of evolution still had to happen before the invention of the iPad.
It may be to make a trailer for your new novel so it can be watched on the iPad.
Another cool feature is that you can zip movies and music from your home computer to your iPad wirelessly, over a WiFi network.
Witness the meteoric growth of titles for devices like the iPhone and iPad, presently home to more than 40,000 games alone.
All of the tech critics and bloggers have weighed in on the iPad, but so far few writers have said what they think.
The Queen probably won't be buying Prince George an iPad or a Kindle.