By Brandon Miniman | April 3, 2010 2:56 PM
We’ve got an iPad in the house, and here’s the unboxing. First impressions of the device is that it’s a bit more heavy than expected, but the build quality is extremely high. The edges are sharp and thin, and the back protrudes like you’ll find on the iPhone. But the real story here is the software: the made-for-iPad applications do a fantastic job at utilizing the extra screen space. Indeed this may be a large iPod Touch, but that means that developers now have more power to work with in terms of processing horsepower and also screen real estate. More soon!