CNBC's coverage of the Apple iPad went downhill when a female anchor equated the tablet to the types of products that women use once a month. The male anchors couldn't hold back their distaste for the comparison.
And Fox Business isn't too impressed with the interface. Brian Sullivan, who is "larger than the average man," complains about not being able to type on the iPad properly because of his big fat thumbs. Brian, get with the times, that complaint is so three years ago.
And here is Ali Veshi of CNN saying that whether or not the iPad is going to be a gamechanger, Apple's track record for stirring up buzz and blazing the path for technology is "well earned."