Apple's return policy on the iPad is 14 days for a full refund, minus a 10% restocking fee; if Amazon did want to really compete with Apple, they could offer to pay iPad customers Apple's restocking fee to return the iPad. With so many iPads already out on the market, and the majority of them being purchased on April 3rd, Amazon only has a few days left before the 14-day deadline, but there's no way Amazon would ever do something so bold, after the lackluster response from their Kindle test-drive.
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Yes, Flash is missing, but Flash is missing on the Kindle too, and don't get me started on the web capabilities of the Kindle (abyssmal). Amazon has also released a Kindle App for the iPad, which is every bit as good as the Kindle app for the iPhone. Apple appears to be supporting many formats for the e-books, and there are plenty of e-book reader apps featuring other types of DRM.
The key here is that the wireless keyboard should be in "discoverable" mode. To put it into discoverable mode, hold down on the power button of the keyboard until the light blinks off.
- Go to Settings > General and Select Bluetooth.
- Switch Bluetooth to On
- Select "Apple Wireless Keyboard" under Devices
- Look at the iPad screen, and Type in the multi-digit number on your keyboard in order to pair the keyboard with iPad.