One for Mom down south, one for me. And just because I know I’ll never get to use my own iPad if it’s the only one in the house, one household iPad.
I’ve set up many iPads (iPad 1 or iPad 2) for clients until now, but its about time I get one too. It will be interesting to see how much day to day work I can offload onto the iPad.
I’m eagerly looking forward to getting these going. I plan to set mine up as a huge GPS navigation screen, a mobile POS, mobile offload for my camera (Nikon D5100), documentation repository, and time-logger for on-site work. That’s just the beginning.
The household one will get its own email and calendar for household use, a few games, and various recipe and shopping list apps. It will likely live in the kitchen. I haven’t decided where to mount it, though.
Mom’s iPad will be used for text-to-speech and general browsing/email. I’m counting on the ‘Universal Access” features to help counteract vision loss. The zoom features, test to speech, and dictation should come in handy.
Stay tuned for new iPad unboxing photos