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Actually, UVM has a discount number for Drive Savers, if it ever came to 
that. Can't imagine what one would store on an iPad drive, though...that 
would not be stored elsewhere as well, considering the device is not a 
computer substitute. Here's what the Depot has:

Promotional Item
Special Pricing
	*MB292LL/A* 
<http://darwin.uvm.edu/fmi/xsl/pricelists/pricelistdetail.xsl?&-recid=861>
	iPad Wi-Fi,16GB, 1GHz Apple A4 Processor, 9.7 in. LCD, 16GB Flash 
Drive, Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1.
Also available:
    MB293LL/A   32GB   $599
    MB294LL/A   64GB   $699 	
$499.00
Item is In Stock
Promotional Item
Special Pricing
	*MC349LL/A* 
<http://darwin.uvm.edu/fmi/xsl/pricelists/pricelistdetail.xsl?&-recid=862>
	iPad Wi-Fi + 3G,16GB, 1GHz Apple A4 Processor, 9.7 in. LCD, 16GB Flash 
Drive, UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz), GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 
MHz), Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1. Optional 3G data plan 
required for 3G access. See details.
Also available:
    MC496LL/A   32GB   $729
    MC497LL/A   64GB   $829 	
$629.00


So, long term file storage is really not the purpose of these devices. 
I'm told Angry Birds is a lot of fun, though.
Carol Caldwell-Edmonds,
Enterprise Technology Services: Client Services
Manager, UVM Computing Helpline and the Computer Depot Clinic
University of Vermont
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On 1/31/2011 1:11 PM, Bryan Fleming wrote:
> There's not an app for that. ;)  Good to know that there are options 
> though so FYI.
>
> http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2011/01/drivesavers-now-offering-ipad-data-recovery-services.ars 
>