Peter Buckley, author of The Rough Guide to the iPad is available to discuss why this is an evolutionary product.

Apple sold a million iPads in just 28 days in the US, and on Monday May 10th they are expected to announce UK pricing and open pre-orders. Is this device truly set to revolutionize the way people work, play and organise their digital lives? Yes, according to Peter Buckley, author of The Rough Guide to the iPad.

“The iPad can truly be whatever you want it to be and as such has an almost limitless potential market and limitless possibilities of use. It’s amazing just how quickly this device can become an essential part of your day-to-day life”.

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The Rough Guide to the iPad, the ultimate companion to the newest toy, will publish within just a few weeks of the iPad hitting UK shelves, along with an iPad-compatible ebook version, available when the much-talked about iBookstore launches in the UK.

In The Rough Guide to the iPad, Peter Buckley’s refreshing, accessible approach covers everything you need to know to make the most of your iPad, from choosing the right model and customising your settings, to discovering the exciting world of apps. Content includes:

·Jargon-free explanations on what an iPad is, how it works, and what you’ll need to get started.

·How to get the best from all the iPad’s features including the iBookstore, iTunes, iWorks and Mail.

·Tech-insider tips to apps, websites and services enabling you to do pretty much anything you want to do on your iPad, from playing games and reading eBooks to making Skype calls and streaming TV from the web.

·An extensive FAQ section

Peter Buckley is available for comment, interviews and feature commissions. We are also happy to talk about book extracts, giveaways and reader offers.