Apple iPad now available in Ireland
The Apple iPad tablet computer has gone on sale in Ireland this morning, with much coverage in mainstream media, from radio to national newspapers and more.
In the last few weeks, almost every major mobile operator in the country has released plans for the much anticipated device.
Vodafone is offering a one day 500Mb plan for €3.99, or a monthly 5Gb plan for €20, with details here. O2 is offering a similar deal with 500Mb for €3.97 and 5Gb for €19.90. Three is taking a slightly different tack offering 1Gb a month for €9.99 and 15Gb a month for €19.99.
With prices starting at €499, the “magical and revolutionary” device is likely to be a sales success, despite the rumoured problems with Wi-Fi connectivity. The recent iPhone 4 antenna issues are also unlikely to dent the initial sales to enthusiasts.
While previews have been available, the Irish press will be getting their hands on review models today. However, if you have bought an iPad, or are intending to, please let us know through the comment box below, we would be delighted to hear your experiences and feedback to add to our own hands on reviews which will be appearing in PCLive!, ComputerScope, Irish Computer and Smart Company.
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