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The line here in Southlake, TX was pretty pathetic, which was just fine by me. Once I was through the doors I tried out an iPad for few seconds and then was quickly moved on to the purchasing process. Here’s a video of the experience.

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The line here in Southlake, TX was pretty pathetic, which was just fine by me. Once I was through the doors I tried out an iPad for few seconds and then was quickly moved on to the purchasing process. Here’s a video of the experience.

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  1. One thing I always enjoy seeing. Anyone that picks up an iPad automatically knows how to use it, sight unseen. I wonder how well that will work out for those who buy the HP Slate. “Hey, how do you turn on this HP Slate?”

  2. Saksham Ghimire Saturday, April 3, 2010

    hmm.. that was in Southlake,tx. Its the same all over including here in Dallas,Tx.

    Long live the big “i”

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  9. I arrived at the Penn Square Apple Store in Oklahoma City at 9:30 to pick up my reserved iPad and there were probably 100+ people in line, about evenly distributed between the “reserved” and “walk-in” lines. It only took about 20 minutes to get to the point I and my buddy were escorted into the store. I perused the cases and got the Apple model. My friend decided to buy one, but they told him he would have to go stand in the walk-in line, so we got a Starbucks and waited for the line to go down a little. We came back in 20 minutes and after another 20 minutes he was buying his new iPad. He evidently got the last 16 gig model and they were running low on the 32 gig models, so after all this I assume the response was very good at this location.

  10. hey cool I was on opposite side of table checking out the sound quality

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