WhiteBlue wrote:It would be cool to take one of these to a race and watch the race online if you are not just do live timing or other things on it.
The large, high-resolution screen makes iPad perfect for watching any kind of video: from HD movies and TV shows, to podcasts and music videos. You can also easily move between wide-screen and full-screen with a double-tap. And because it’s essentially one big screen, with no buttons or anything to distract you, the picture fills your line of sight. So you feel completely immersed in what you’re watching.
that's for the non-3G version tho.. which you'd need if you want any hope of streaming at an event.DaveKillens wrote:Holy crapola .. I just checked this item at Apple, and .. honestly, it suddenly becomes a realistic canditate for purchase. Price? umm, they say it starts as low as $ 499.
Giblet wrote:This would be as useful at a race as a big screen TV camping. You got the screen, just nothing to see on it.
Giblet wrote:iPad can do video you convert to Mp4 format and copy over to it with iTunes. You can also stream mp4's. You cannnot however, stream any one of the more commonly used formats, like WMV, DivX, XVid, or flash, rendering that majority of video streaming outside of Apple Movie Trailers, pointless.
This would be as useful at a race as a big screen TV camping. You got the screen, just nothing to see on it.
DaveKillens wrote:But you can. With it's fantastic connectivity with WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n), 3G, and Bluetooth downloading is a snap.
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