iPad mania is in full swing, as eager tech fans lined up in droves over the weekend to be the first to get their hands on Apple's brand new device. The iPad has been hailed as the product that will reinvent the way we view technology. And already it is clearly a hit. Analysts believe Apple sold between 600,000 and 700,000 iPads this past weekend, but as of now Apple has only said that Saturday sales hit 300,000, with over 1 million applications downloaded from the iTunes store.
In today's Conversation New York Times technology reporter Nick Bilton brought the newest tech toy to ABC's offices so that Dan Harris could get a hands-on lesson on all things iPad. Will this new device really revolutionize the way we get everything, from e-mail to entertainment? Was Harris right to rush out Saturday and buy his own iPad or should he have waited for the upcoming 3G model?
We answer the all the big questions surrounding everyone's favorite new gadget in today's Conversation.
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