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Submission + - iPad with 2 dock connectors sells for $10,200 (

An anonymous reader writes: Why has someone just paid $10,200 for a first-gen iPad that isn’t fully-functional?

The main reason is due to the fact this model never got released. It’s a prototype unit that Apple manufactured with not one, but two dock connectors. Everything else remains the same as the final, shipped iPad in terms of hardware configuration, but that second dock connector is totally unique. It shows Apple was experimenting to see if they needed a second connector for docking the tablet in landscape mode.

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iPad with 2 dock connectors sells for $10,200

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