By on April 22, 2011

Aren’t iPads supposed to be in short supply, affected by the parts paralysis? The visitor of the Shanghai Auto Show wouldn’t know. Actually, if everybody would stop using the flat gizmos, just supplying car shows with them would be a great business. They are everywhere.At most large automakers, someone said: “I have a great idea: We will give all our booth ba …. I mean, productspecialists one of these iPads with a multimedia presentation.” “Super! It’s cool, and it’s green. Think about all the paper we save!”

Jaguar has them.

Volvo has them.

Fiat has them.

Mini has them. Mini pads?

BMW has them? Maxi pads?

Hyundai has more pads than babes. So they locked them up. The pads, not the babes.

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