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Apple publishes video stream from iPad keynote

updated 09:05 pm EST, Wed January 27, 2010

Feed features Steve Jobs unveiling the new product

Apple has published a QuickTime stream of the Wednesday keynote featuring the iPad unveiling. The new device, featuring a 9.7-inch display and Apple's own 1GHz A4 CPU, was introduced by Steve Jobs. Other demonstrations include iWork previews by marketing exec Phil Schiller, along with several tablet-optimized apps from companies such as Electronic Arts and The New York Times.

The iPad is expected to ship sometime in the next two months, pending approval from the FCC. Prices start at $500 for a 16GB model with Wi-Fi connectivity, while the high-end model featuring 64GB of storage and integrated 3G components sells for $830.




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  1. stgo50

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    Welcome iPad

    A giant iPhone with out camera .... :-(

  1. danviento

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    Skip the stream

    You can get the high-def version for download if you subscribe to the "Apple Keynotes" podcast. Be warned, though, it's a 1.6 GB download.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    skip it all

    Why would anyone want to watch over an hour of this, when you can read all about it in far less time?

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