So Friday I stood in line for an iPad. That wasn’t the original plan, I was just going to order one, but when I realized it wouldn’t arrive in time for my upcoming trip, I sprang into ation. Reversion and I coordinated our attack plans and desired stats and used our phones to communicate. I tried the Best Buy in the next town per but was turned back by the overwhelming line without even parking my car. Instead Nomster and I got to Walmart. Reversion meanwhile was in line at Walmart in our own town. Long story short, success! I have a lovely iPad in black, even, and a fancy cover on the way.
Well of course Friday night is raid night and I set up my new iPad right next to my computer. Let’s see… I can check email while inviting people to raid. Cool. Or read blogs without alt tabbing out. Or wow insider, or… You get the point. But I could also pull up encounter guides, videos, or even just look up spells, without needing to look away from WoW. Hmm I could like this…
Saturday I need to check my invitees for the raid…. iPad has the armory app on it already, pull it up, check the calendar. There we go!
Sunday afternoon I get on and do a little archeology. Why look! I can surf the web, play Angry Birds, lots of different ways to kill time while flying between dig sites. This is cool!
And now? What do you think I wrote this post on? Takes time to get used to the keypad but it’s not much slower than the normal way.
Yes, this pad is going to fit my lifestyle just fine….