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When is iPad originated?
How is the price determined?
What other associated/ related products are there? how are these Related to ipad?
How recent developments affect the pricing and marketing of iPad
ALL IN ALL… Our Group has decided… Price of IPad
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Origin of the ipad Originated in January 2011 Released in April in the same year.
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