Okay, it's a big iPod. Maybe in more ways than we expected. Until you start touching the interface. Here's a visual guide to the iPad's interface, screen by screen. (And of course, check out our definitive hands on.)

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This is the home screen.

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The new iCal!

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And in portrait.

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Pop-ups like this one abound in the iPad UI.

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Contacts.

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Google Maps. It moves really fast.

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Aaaand StreetView.

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The lock screen, still useless. And such a tiny unlock strip!

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The home screen in landscape, notice the glistening Dock.

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The videos app.

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This is what it looks like when you click on a movie.

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Settings, lots of settings.

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The iTunes Store for iPad.

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Aaaand in portrait.

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The iBooks bookshelf.

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Two pages at once, suck it Kindle.

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The tablet of contents.

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Photos, so many photos on this thing.

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Pinch to explode.

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The YouTube interface is surprisingly nice.

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In iTunes, there is no Cover Flow, just real big lists!

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And grids.

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On of those pop ups again, but for laying music.

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The Mail app, I like—it's like a widget-y widescreen version of the iPhone app, stuck next to a fullblown Mail app.

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PDFs open real fast.

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Oh hey, a big keyboard. It kind of sucks, at least trying to use anything more advanced than a hunt-and-peck technique.

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