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His tablet computer means he doesn't have to wait to get back to the office before uploading content onto his site. "The iPad can be faster at content production in certain circumstances," he says. Over the past few years, tablet sales have soared. Photo by k_twist. Kwame's Art Blog. Am. Am. Am. Am. NEW FEATURES OF INTUOS5. EPISODE 52 - Visual Library.
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