WSJ: IPad Attracts Early Crowds, but Lines Thin Out Later

The weekend introduction is the first real test of demand for the iPad, which Apple pitches as a new category of device making it easier to surf the Web and do other basic computing tasks. Since it was unveiled by Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs in January, debate has swirled about how much the $499-and-up tablet computer will appeal beyond the company’s stronghold of technology enthusiasts.

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