Mornin' Folks...I'm screwing around instead of working, so I thought I'd post here...this is mainly for the techy folks on BF...
I am toying with drinking The Cupertino Kool Aid and getting an iPad. The main purpose is to use it as an e-reader, but I can see it being used for other stuff once I get a hold of it. I know that iPads come in 16, 32 and 64GB. In the olden days, I'd be concerned about this as I'd need to store books, music and other whathaveyou.
Now - recently Apple announced the upcoming iCloud, which I interpret as being more or less of a gigantic hard drive in space (conceptually, that is - actually, I know it involves racks of servers, TCP/IP, electrons and such) that I can access from anywhere and store everything on .
So considering that, does that mean that I would not need to concern myself with actual on-board storage and can go with the smallest capacity (16GB) iPad? Or are there still reasons for getting a higher-capacity device?