More than half of V3.co.uk readers have given an emphatic thumbs down to Apple's "game-changing" iPad device in our iPad poll.
A huge 39 per cent said that they would not be buying it because it is 'too expensive', while the iPad was rejected by a quarter of readers who simply said that they 'don't see the point of having a tablet'.
Another 17 per cent appeared to hedge their bets, and will 'wait to see what other tablets come out' before rushing to buy an iPad.
A paltry seven per cent said that they had pre-ordered the device, and only six per cent were planning on visiting the Apple Store to buy one.
However, the view of most V3.co.uk readers is not echoed across the globe. Apple claims that the iPad has already racked up sales of over two million just 60 days into its launch.
The launch also seems to have spurred the tablet market into life, just as the iPhone's appearance in the smartphone market led to a host of rival devices within months.
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