Sure and have a cup of coffee together xP
They are not for sale either hehe
These days, when 10-year-olds aren't playing on their iPads, they're probably watching TV shows on Netflix (like, I dunno, South Park).
The power of the iPad has rocked our world, and it will leave its mark on them history books for the next generations.
Here I am, typing with a PC when an iPad is not far from me and it's mostly on. There's something about the PC that makes me use it more than my iPad.
For me, I've always loved the tactile click of a keyboard (I'd love to own a mechanical keyboard someday), and I prefer it over any touchscreen any day. That, and I have the PC all to myself 90% of the time (as opposed to the iPad which is shared with my sister). Why 90%? Well, that's because my sister keeps playing SoT while I practice piano.
Well, back on-topic...strangely, I too saw no headphones while I was outside the past couple of weeks. Maybe when we move back to the Philippines, I might be able to see more of them. But who knows? The Philippines is the last place on Earth where I'd find a popular audiophile headphone, much less a headphone store.
LOL. I just use Chrome since I have no idea what the competitors are. That, and I could sync my bookmarks from my PC, so easier access to HF while I'm at it. Probably the only use I have for the iPad is GarageBand and EasyBeats 3 where I just make some sounds for no apparent reason. Oh yeah, I also play some games on it (and review them if I find myself less lazy than normal), and use it for A/Bing.
Wow, you gots urself a keyboard, eh? I like those with tactile clicks, since it makes me feel like I'm typing on a typewriter or something. That feeling makes me type faster, which may or may not be a good thing.
Lol, you has an iPad 2? Well, we came in late and bought a 64GB iPad 3 only months before the Air and Retina Mini were out. The iPad 3 was a lot cheaper than the iPad 4 (64GB iPad 3 > 32GB iPad 4); that, and I think the iPad 4 isn't worth it, so there you have it.