Norway's Prime Minister does state business with the iPad
Because of the volcanic ash cloud over Europe Jens Stoltenberg was set up Saturday in New York. Until his return, he used a cell phone next to the apple macbook pro power adapter Tablet for his daily work.
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is to accomplish its daily work on Apple's iPad. He has revealed in an interview with U.S. news channel CNN.
Until Saturday Stoltenberg was due to pass over Europe volcanic ash cloud, which has laid the entire air traffic paralyzed, said in New York. "Travel is normal for a minister, but it differs in that it takes a few days longer than expected lenovo 3000 y500 battery," said the politician CNN. "We have Internet and cell phones. I also use an iPad, which works very well."
Apple should be happy about the free PR. Finally, there is no better way to apply to the iPad as a mobile companion, as if a minister uses it to accomplish its public affairs.
In Israel, however, Stoltenberg would have any problems. For the local Ministry of Communications last week had imposed an import ban on the iPad, because its wireless technology does not meet the Israeli standard for wireless networks canon bp-406 battery.
Even Russian President Dmitry Medvedev recently outed himself as an Apple fan. He was on the brink of nuclear summit in Washington the proposal to continue to chat about the iPhone with U.S. President Barack Obama.
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and his Apple iPad at New York airport (picture: Statsministerens kontor / Flickr).