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The iPad is a touchscreen tablet computer designed and made by Apple, which was first released in April 2010. Some of its notable features are its virtual keyboard, built-in Wi-Fi and light weight of less than 1.5 lbs. The iPad comes with several applications, including Safari, Mail and iTunes