Apple iPad sell well, KPCB invested 100 million U.S. dollars and then

KPCB (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers) said they set up in 2008, the Fund will also invest to iFund 100 million U.S. dollars to invest in Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad applications.

USA Today's Edward C. Baig this comment: "Apple's impressive re-launch of the product, consistent with its rampant speculation in the promotional ads. IPad listed popular notebook in place of traditional inspiration? It means that they must adapt, otherwise out of the market. "

The New York Times, wrote yesterday DavidPogue, iPad 9.7-inch touch screen completely changed the e-books, music, video, photos and e-mail and other content experience.

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