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Old May 05, 2010, 01:04 AM
Leehom Leehom is offline
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Default Give Mom a New iPad this Mother's Day

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Mother's Day is just around the corner. Try to be unique this Mother's day by giving your Mom something different. In fact, she may even be dumbfounded if you end up handing her a new Apple iPad this May 9th.

[B]iPad - the uncomputer and tech toy for the masses[/B]
Apple has grandiosely claimed that the iPad is creating an entirely new product category, and I think they're right. iPads aren't going to replace laptops and high-end desktop machines for folks who need to develop software, edit video, or wrangle complicated financial data on a daily basis. But most consumers like moms don't need to do that stuff, when they're away from their workplace and work tasks, use their computers to surf the Web, read emails, and enjoy photos, music, and video.

[B]Part I. 8 reasons moms will love the Apple iPad[/B]
So, there is something to be said for the iPad. Not only does it provide a very pleasant media consumption experience, but it is a good tech toy to capture moms' attention. While the thin and light weight machine (0.5' thick and 1.5 pounds) can be easily slipped inside a purse or diaper bag and taken with you wherever you go. There are also some other features that moms will love the Apple iPad.

1. Bigger is better. The new iPad features a much bigger and more enjoyable experience when using apps such as the calendar and contacts, thanks in part to the larger screen. The iPad is easy to read and input data (with its 9.7" LED-backlit display) and even syncs with your home Mac. This is seems like a good solution for the mom who is still clutching on to those clunky paper planners but wants to enter the digital age.
2. The Family Photo Album or Digital Frame.
3. Videos, Movies and Music.
4. e-Reader.
5. iPad Apps.
6. Speed.
7. Kitchen Assistant. With the iPad propped up on the countertop, those online recipes and photos will assure the homemade product looks and tastes as good as the pictures. No need to print anything.
8. Online Shopping.

[B]Part II. Mom got an iPad ... now just enjoy it![/B]
Okay, moms have got a new iPad, now just begin and enjoy herself!
As the family photo album or digital frame, Let's look at my son's graduation photos. Isn't he handsome? Want to see a video of his rugby game? Or pictures of his girlfriend? The iPad will be a perfect digital frame to share the family photo album. For e-Reader, with wi-fi, reading magazines will take on a whole new experience that both Moms and advertisers will love with videos and experiential ads accompanying the magazines and newspapers. And developers are already working on iPad versions of the apps moms love and even some new iPad specific apps. Moms can also explorer iTunes to get the best apps for Apple iPad( ***********.ifunia.com/ipad-column/top-10-best-free-ipad-apps.html ) with cost nothing.

Well, the most enjoyable and interesting is enjoying videos, movies and music on iPad. Coupled with the 10 hour battery life and the ability to download movies from built-in iTunes or get various video files on the iPad, I know the video capabilities would definitely keep my kids (and me) entertained on those long trips in the car or on a plane! If wanna get the videos to ipad, then the tools ipad video converter( ***********.ifunia.com/video-to-ipad-converter-mac.html ) and DVD to ipad converter( ***********.ifunia.com/dvd-to-ipad-converter-mac.html ) are needed. These tools can help you convert video – DVDs, TV shows, video clips – from their native formats to a format that will be supported by iPad on Mac, including Snow Leopard. There are many programs such as Handbrake and iFunia ipad video converter for Mac can do this, ranging from free to those that cost $20-$40. They vary in output quality, so try a free download and then make the right choice.

Here is a step by step guide about how to convert video to iPad MP4 format(Take iFunia for example), you could draw inferences about other cases from one instance.

[B]Step 1. Download iFunia ipad video converter for Mac( ***********.ifunia.com/download/ifunia-ipad-video-converter.dmg ), install and run[/B]
[B]Step 2. Add videos and select iPad preset from output format list[/B]
In the Destination-Setup section of the interface, choose the right preset for your iPad device in the Convert-to drop-down menu. There are many options when you're converting your videos for your iPad. Obviously, the better the quality, the larger the file size. Ultimately it's a personal decision everyone has to make on what's more important: space on your iPad or audio/video quality. Personally, I prefer to stick with the default profile because the good quality video and audio are given. You just have to pick and choose which profile you want to keep on your iPad. Play around and see which results you like best.
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[B]Step3. Hit Start to iPad video conversion on OS X[/B]
Bingo! That's it! When the conversion is done you can transfer the video to your iPad via iTunes and enjoy it comfortably on a cozy sofa!

[B]Conclusion[/B]
Whether she's a geek or not, the Apple iPad is perfect for the modern mom. It does exactly what she needs. It will let her watch DVD movies and listen to music and read books on long flights. It will make using a computer fun instead of an annoying chore. Well, give mom a new iPad for this Mother's day!
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Old May 05, 2010, 08:21 PM
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Default HOT Newest! Moyea Blu-ray Ripper supports Windows Home Server OS

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Your life has gone digital - it is time to simplify your life so you can easily access your files, photos, videos, and music from any PC or TV in your home, or even while away from home. Windows Home Server was designed for households and home-based businesses that have more than one personal computer.

To my surprise, [b]Moyea Blu-ray Ripper[/b] begins to support Windows Home Server OS, which allows users to share their desirable videos everywhere.

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