The third generation iPad comes with a faster processor, sharper screen and improved camera. Features that one woman said are a perfect match for her company's upcoming marketing presentation at a trade show in Las Vegas.
"The processing speed and the graphic display is real key for us because we're showing off our cameras and our recording systems so it's just prime for that it's better than what the iPad 2 would do," said Yvonne Schwemmer with Pelco by Schneider Electric in Clovis.
The new /*iPad*/ went on sale at 8 a.m. Friday morning with 25 other countries getting it a week later. The new device starts at $499 dollars, and is available for the first time with 4G.