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Apple Acquires iPad Trademark From Fujitsu
Though Apple is yet to hit the selves with its latest tablet, but before that it seems to have decided to acquire iPad trademark from Fujitsu Ltd. Previously, The iPad trademark was previously owned by Fujitsu, which it used to have for its Windows CE-enabled wireless handheld computing device utilized by the retailers.
The records at the U.S. Patent and Trademark office reveal that the iPad trademark was of late transferred to Apple on March 17, 2010.
The iPad handheld computers are being sold by Fujitsu for retail outlets for several years all over the world. Fujitsu iPad comes built-on Intel and Marvell Xscale processor and is in-built with a 3.5” touchscreen. Running Microsoft Windows Mobile, the newest device does not aim at consumers, dissimilar to the Apple iPad tablet; however the subsequent is suitable for managers at retail stores, in this way is directly and fully ready to vie against Fujitsu’s handheld computers.
In the face of such uncertainties, Fujitsu is reported to have allowed Apple to make use of the iPad brand for their tablet PC released at the very start of this year. Even so, the skies couldn’t be just blue for Apple iPad as STMicroelectronics and Siemens are also owning these sort of trademark and would literally stand up for their rights to utilize them.
During 2007, Apple was compelled to talk with Cisco Systems with regards to the iPhone trademark in view of the fact that the network leader made use of it for their own Internet telephony-enabled products. However, in due course of time, the two giants of tech-world got agreed without disclosing any terms.
The iPad is due to come at a price tag of around $599 for 32GB model, $699 for 64GB model, $499 for 16GB model. The iPad’s Wi-Fi + 3G models would later be rolled out in the U.S. and select nations for the price of $729 for 32GB model, $829 for 64GB model and $629 for 16GB model. Up till now, there is no mention of its worldwide pricing and availability, but iBookstore is to be shipped in the U.S. just at launch. Now, let’s see what Apple could do with this acquirement.