The Apple iPad is an attempt to launch a new class of devices, more than a smartphone but less than a laptop. For some it's the product they've been looking for all their lives, for others it's no better than an iPod touch with a glandular problem. Its strengths are its beautiful 9.7-inch touchscreen, 1.5 pound weight, and extremely long battery life. Its weakness include its weak support for multitasking, lack of Adobe Flash, and no memory card slot. The iPad is available now starting at $500 and going up to $830, depending on configuration.Read the full content of this Article: Apple iPad ReviewRelated Articles:Apple iPad 3G ReviewApple Keynote for iPad ReviewApple iPad 3G vs. the iPad Wi-Fi -- Which iPad is Right for You?