Last year, I bought a 32GB iPad2 for school. When it comes to Nursing, books weigh a TON, to the point where I’ve actually used them in little at-home workouts. The iPad2 was a “luxury”, but the ultimate convenience. All my books were on it, documents for school, and synced calendars for all my schedules. Currently, most of my apps are school related (for viewing eText, Anatomy/Microbiology/Nursing references, drug guides, etc.), but since the summer has kicked in, I’ve found a new use for my iPad.
At $35 CAD ($30 USD), I managed to scoop up the last Camera Connection Kit for the iPad (all generations) at Future Shop (not my favourite go to place for stuff, but the store was within reach). The kit comes with a cute little packaging which is like a long plastic envelope that’s fastened in the middle and has two little sticky sides to allow individual/coupled packaging for each accessory. I think I horribly explained that, so just watch this unboxing and you’ll see what I mean.