- Don't want to fork out £££'s for an iPad? No problem
- Can be used in all orientations, compatible with most pens/pencls
- 60-page notepad with acetate front sheet and hardboard back
Why let the trifling matter of a few hundred quid prevent you from owning the latest tablet computer? Especially when you can buy this papery replica for a smidgen of the price? iSay!
Yes, iFans, the deeply ironic NotPad is brought to you by those mischievous Apple cart kickers at the Nice Pear™ Corporation. As CEO Hans Jobs explains: ‘The NotPad is a groundbreaking 60-page notepad with an acetate front sheet and hardboard back.
‘Its 9.7” paper display features three page styles: vertical lined, horizontal lined and blank. This means the NotPad can be used in all orientations and is compatible with most hardware, including pens, pencils and crayons.’
Okay, okay, we know this is just a pad of paper disguised as an iPad but it’s one in the eye for iBores who can’t stop prattling on about their wonder gizmo. Start doodling on this baby during a meeting and we guarantee the boss will applaud your subversive sense of humour before giving you a raise. Assuming he’s not Steve Jobs.
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