That's because people need something to gripe about so they pick out something that can't physically be fixed later on ie the weight of the device. Or the reviewer could have just been a weakling.I really don't see the issue many reviewers have presented regarding the weight of the iPad, or the keyboard. It is NOT that heavy! I find it comfortable to hold in any orientation, really. Also, typing is easier when help upright, with two thumbs. This way, I can type just as fast as I can on my QWERTY BlackBerry. In landscape mode, i am starting to type pretty fast with both hands, just as I would with a normal keyboard. Seems pretty natural to me. I don't quite understand all of the bitching! One reviewer even said that his arms started hurting after a while...ive been holding this thing for the past two hours, and I am fine!
Hey, that's comfort definedROFL
I like landscape the best too, but I actually prefer it without the case. I like portrait mode with the case, for typing with my thumbs. The typing in landscape is by far the fastest way for me to type and the space between the keys is perfect, in my opinion.I really like the orientation in landscape with the apple case.
I agree. Mine is on my lap as I type this nowThere is no right way to hold iPad... it conforms to YOU!
In all seriousness, standing at the Apple Store and using the iPad I felt it was a little hefty. Then I got home and sat on the couch with it and it was perfect. It really is meant to be propped against the body, much like a hardcover novel.