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Film buffs will love this sharp, crisp display. But the iPad doesn't support the widescreen 16:9 format of most movies, so viewers will have to look at thick black edges on two sides -- or cut off some of the picture -- while they're trying to watch "Hot Tub Time Machine."

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Last updated April 02 2010: 7:02 AM ET
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