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Old Jan 27, 2010, 12:21 AM   #1
keith28
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What I want to Use The Apple Tablet for.

In the future you see computers in every room.
I have always wanted to have a small computer in every room in the house.
Each computer would have apps that apply to that room.

For Example:

Kitchen Apps
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Egg Timer
Recipes
Grocery List
Post It Notes


Bedroom Apps
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Books
Ambient Music(iTunes)
Apple TV Remote


Living Room Apps
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Apple TV Remote
iTunes
Games

So I would have use for at least 3 Apple tablets.
The whole family can use them in the rooms they are designated for.


Is anyone else thinking along the same as me?
Would you use it in the Kitchen?

I think I would hang mine on the fridge.
As a matter of fact it would be a great accessory if someone makes a dock for the refrigerator. It would be suction cupped on.

Does anyone know of any great Kitchen Apps?
Would like to hear everyones feedback.
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