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iPad (IGH pad) (noun)
A hand-held device that will allow users to view movies, surf the internet and play high-definition games: The iPad features include the ability to browse the web and to listen to music, with photo, calendar, and maps applications.

The iPad will work with the iTunes store to let users discover and purchase music, movies and TV shows.

Like the iPhone, the iPad has a virtual keyboard, is about half an inch thick (1.27 centimeters), weighs 1.5 pounds (.68 kilograms), has a 9.7-inch (24.64-centimeter) display, and offers internal storage option capacities of 16GB, 32GB or 64GB.

iPod (IGH pahd) (noun)
1. A portable music player developed by Apple Computer: Although it is an Apple product, the iPod can be used with both Macs and PCs.
2. A combination of a portable digital media player and hard drive from Apple Computer: An iPod has a reputation for being user-friendly because he or she can navigate with what Apple calls a "touch wheel", which is a centrally-placed circular disk designed for one-hand operation.

Popular iPod features include a calendar, address book, to-do list, alarm clock with sleep timer, games, and a text reader.

eye pad (IGH pahd) (noun)
A sterile oval shaped, thin cushion which has soft, cotton and a lint-free outer covering for a patient's comfort: An eye pad may be pre-moistened with pure cucumber juice and other rejuvenating natural extracts including chamomile, aloe vera, and green tea.

When an eye pad is applied to an eye, it will cool and reduce puffiness and dark circles.

Bonita's eyes got so tired when she was using Mark's iPad that she needed to rest them by placing a tea-soaked eye pad on each eye and while she was resting, she listened to Lucinda's iPod.