Or you just pick the parts that would fit in that case without much shoe horning.
Honestly doubt any of that matters to the potential iPad customers, for better or for worse the moment Steve Jobs held it aloft they were already sold.
Buddy J wrote:
I don't know what's worse, the fanboys or the happy hate train that follows them.
A couple things, 1. The chemicals that make up the average human body are only worth a few dollars and 2. My brother-in-law paid $3,000 for a USED laptop that sells for around $500 at the store and is a complete idiot. With that in mind you have to remember that you can't simply break down the product to the value of it's parts and sell it for that price. You have to sell it for more to make a profit. The trick is to convince my brother-in-law that the shiny bag of chemicals from a melted down baby isn't JUST worth the sum of it's parts and he should be lucky they're willing to sell it at all, especially at such a "reasonable" price. Something Apple has been very good at.
I mean come on, that's a whole baby in there, A WHOLE BABY. (In this case baby = ipad) You don't think babies are really so unimportant and cheap do you? BABY HATER. No we didn't think so. Just make sure to buy all our cool Apps and baby docking station. -Apple Marketing Department