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iPad 2 In Blender

iPad 2 In Blender

Many of us were waiting for it more than for the first overviews, release date, photos and surely all the more as for anyhow analytics concerning the new table PC from Apple. From the very beginning the iPad 2 was done for passing through the Blendtec’s blender: the world known blender whose advertising campaign has become a legendary one and for a long time lives separately from the blender itself. A “Pellet” has been placed inside again. What had happened to it afterwords?

The charismatic entertainer of this very unusual show – Tom Dickson once again gets an opportunity to be among the first who will touch the Apple’s latest offer. This time the roller-makers overextended themselves. Steve Jobs will appear on the scene, and behind the scene – his old friend and also his big enemy in the past… and of course iPad 2 that has been easily place inside the blender. Will it Blend?

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Mike Wilson, editor-in-chief of AppLecture. Is a sociable and well-wishing person who loves everything to do with Apple. He has the particular interest for the Steve Jobs personality, whose phenomena he tries to solve at his articles. He likes to enjoy his favorite music and movies in his free time, attends entertainments, to go in for sport and other pleasant little things. In private hands - MacBook, iPhone, iPad, iPod.
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