RogerBlake wrote:The iPod Touch is enhanced and cost less. And why would you want a iPad when it's on the entire an iPod Touch with a few additional features that aren't really that important.
There are two important differences between the iPad and the iTouch and they make all the difference: screen size and applications. The screen size is what makes the iPad versions of the applications possible. iPad-specific apps are often much better than the iPhone/ipod touch versions. There is more room for interface, input and output. It really is a completely different experience.
RogerBlake wrote:You'll have to buy all your songs over again from iTunes.
Why would he have to do that? Ipads and iPod Touch read mp3's. It's not hard to convert anything into MP3's these days.