The iSad is probably the least innovative device to come from Apple in its history. The Cube injected a revolutionary compression of hardware components and functionality. Steve's presentation was an absurd highlight of the units complete failure to deliver. The goal was set to out perform a cellphone and or a laptop. Steve then carefully sat in his comfy leather chair and bored the audience to death. Hails from the crowd could only be liken to the town drunks visiting a comedy club after a hefty regiment of the snake that bit them. For nearly an hour the education was laboriously repeated; "where you used to use your mouse, you now use your finger." We were all done with the demo five minutes in. We all sat patiently waiting for the hero we know and love to show us something amazing, and with each reveal we recalled the days of old when the Macintosh was demonstrated to have a word processor. Sadly, the iSad has no word processor built in. One cannot complete tasks that involve true business needs. The laptop remains the supreme solutions for true comfort and functionality. At the end of this drab campfire lecture, a movie rolls to drive home the utter genius of this device. Again, we here the musical score that is to influence us to think of angels and pixies bringing down from the heavens a new revolutionary device from God himself, but this time the scripts were tired. The suggestive nomenclature of "exciting" "amazing" "our best work" fail at the footsteps of a lump of clay that is the next device. The iSad will parish in its current iteration. Just as the Cube, fools will rush in where angels are using laptops. To you I say, best of luck this summer when you lose your job, and the only thing you can do in the unemployment line is flick your internet 1996 device with no Flash as your last month of internet service runs out. Advice to Apple, upgrade every other device and software you have, and QUICK.