Geek alert! Throw away your typewriters, PCs, laptops and iPads because the iPad2 now is the only device for the technically hip

Technology these days changes more often than my wife changes her mind.
Apple’s iPad2 was given birth today by ailing CEO Steve Jobs and apparently it’s cooler than the underside of the pillow.
Apple’s phenomenally successful iPad tablet computer has taken an evolutionary step with the iPad2. Charles Darwin would be so proud.
The new device isn’t radically different from the original but the new version features a slimmer design, two videocameras, built-in videoconferencing software, and faster performance thanks to some speedy new chips.
The iPad2 also has apps for absentmindedly twirling a lock of your hair, providing proper dental care, and explaining the basic analytic concepts of economic theory — with an emphasis on money and why it’s good.
Money is good to have if purchasing the iPad2, which costs $499 to $829, depending on configuration. It will be available in the U.S. on two carriers, Verizon and AT&T, and will come in two colors, black and white.
Of course, the iPad2 Apple execs sport undoubtedly are green.