|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 0.5 x 9.6 inches|
|Total Recycled Content Percentage||100|
|Manufacturer Part Number||iPP-3|
iPaperPad - a paper pad not an iPad
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- 25 sheets per notepad
- 100% recycled paper
- 7.47" x 9.56"
- *unlimited* resolution and battery life
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Top Customer Reviews
Upon receiving this package I opened it with trepidation. Surely something that is 3% of the cost of an iPad could not hope to compete?! Surely!
Well, I say to you all, that that statement is entirely untrue. Not only can the iPaperPad compete with an iPad, it exceeds the overall capabilities.
Firstly, you can multitask. Heck, you can even invite friends over and enjoy running multiple events at the same time on the iPaperPad. Further, NetMeme has worked out deals with every major and minor department store across the world. In any of these stores you can purchase memory upgrades for the iPaperPad at a cost of only a few dollars at most. Personally, I suggest buying some memory upgrades from Amazon at the same time as your purchase of the iPaperPad. Anecdotally, I have found the HP Memory Upgrade pack to have the best bang for your buck around: HP Office Quickpack Paper, 92 Brightness, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 2500 Sheets (11210-3). Finally, users are allowed to run whatever they want on the iPaperPad. No longer are you confined to censoring or strict control over what you see on your device (in fact, a younger nephew of mine created quite a naughty little app himself using nothing but some pencil crayons and a bit of glitter).
This is the version of the iPad Apple doesn't want you to know about. Forget limited devices, go with user customization and upgrade potential!
Even if you are a apple lover (I really do like their products, just get a little overwhelmed by the hype) you will have fun being seen with this at work, great convo piece and useful too!
-The size is larger.
-The print is not very dark.
-The home button and top tab with the battery bar & wifi signal blend into the black frame, so they are barely noticeable.
The paper quality isn't bad, but the product really leaves something to be desired. Definitely would NOT purchase again.
Also, the first 4 pictures in the item description are NOT ACCURATE. That is not what the paper looks like at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just OK. It looks like an ipad however the cardboard backing is way too thin and flimsy. The border needs to be brighter, shinier to complete the illusion.Published on January 28, 2014 by Jon Bon
Looks just like an IPad. Great for note-taking. I bought it as a gag gift but also got the real thing too.Published on January 22, 2014 by Aileena
My mom wanted an Ipad for Christmas, I got this as a compromise.
A cute little writing pad as listed.
You'd think that for the price, this would be a cheap plastic edged thing with a pad of paper in it. But you'd be wrong. Read morePublished on January 13, 2014 by Tony
The pad I received does not rally look like the picture. There is no frame, or edge around it to make it look more like a iPad. Read morePublished on December 23, 2013 by D. Eickhoff
not at all like picture - it looks like a cute novelty gift. 25 sheets of paper for $11. extremely disappointedPublished on December 20, 2013 by Kristin A. Shearon
" This package contains three pads with 25 pages each." Unfortunately, this statement from the product description was completely false. Read morePublished on December 6, 2013 by Dakota Dean
Very cheap looking. I can't believe I paid almost 9 dollars for this pad of paper. Big waste of moneyPublished on December 6, 2013 by Charmain M. Wallace