NEXT GENERATION iNotePad leaked - exclusive video & photos attached

In perhaps the biggest breach of secrecy around product development in history, the next generation iPad was leaked via the internet this morning. In an event similar to that suffered by Apple ahead of the launch of their latest iPhone, pictures of a prototype iPad were sent to key industry journalists and opinion formers.

As the images below show, the iNotePad is a thin and lightweight product for all occasions.

Commenting on the leak, chief designer, CEO and COO at Nice Pear, Shed Simove, said: “I’m disappointed that a member of the team has leaked these shots ahead of the official launch. That said, after years in the making and with life changing benefits, we’ve done well to keep it under-wraps for so long.” 

The official launch had been scheduled for early June in England’s Severn Valley, an area renowned for cutting edge high-tech businesses.

It is in the workings of the iNotePad that the differences to competitors devices can be found; it has been designed much more for the person on-the-go who needs to make quick records and notes. The tried and tested touch screen technology has been employed, however this time with a slight twist…you only need a pen or writing implement of your choice to allow the device to function at its very best.

Those lucky few that have had the privilege of testing the new prototype have described it as being more simplistic than anything else on the market and most of all, less technical... just think it, then do it.

See the iNotePad VIDEO here: 


The iNotePad is available to pre-order NOW on


MP's Expense Claims . . . A Fable For Our Times

Three contractors are bidding to fix a broken wall at an MP's house.

One is from Luton, another is from Birmingham , and the third is from

All three go with the MP to examine the wall.

The Luton contractor takes out a tape measure and does some measuring, then
works some figures with a pencil.

"Well," he says, "I figure the job will run to about £9000:
£4000 for materials,
£4000 for my crew and £1000 profit for me."

The Birmingham contractor also does some measuring and figuring, then says,

"I can do this job for £7000:

£3000 for materials,

£3000 for my crew and £1000 profit for me."

The Liverpool contractor doesn't measure or figure, but leans over to the MP
and whispers,"£17,000."

The MP, incredulous, says, "You didn't even measure like the other guys!

How did you come up with such a high figure?"

The Liverpool contractor whispers back, "£5000 for me,

£5000 for you,

and we hire the guy from Birmingham to fix the wall."

"Done!" replies the MP.

(and we all have been)