The eyePad is a line of prostheses designed, developed and marketed by Apple (aka Apple_of_my_Eye Inc.), primarily as a platform for a unique visual experience. The actual name is reportedly a homage to Pad-Thai, the favourite dish of some Apple engineers. The eyePad uses an Eye-Fi connection to access local area networks and navigate any local environments without the assistance of deceitful physical applications.
The eyePad's touchscream display is a liquid crystal display, with fingerprint- and scratch-resistant surface. Like the eyeGlass, the eyePad is designed to be controlled by bare fingers. Boxing gloves and styli do not work, although there are special pressure-triggered styli designed for this use (see illustration below).
The eyePad has an ambient light sensor which constantly adjusts brightness to the lowest. Its ultra-sensitive accelerometer will be able to sense any movement and will switch between static and mobile modes. Unlike several competitors eyePad's built-in applications support rotation in all orientations, including upside-down and allow the customer to explore different spatial dimensions.
The eyePad was released with various capacity options for storage depending on age and intellectual ability of end-users. All data, e.g. visions or delusions which for some reason manage to connect to the end user, are stored on the customer's internal flash memory, with no option to expand storage.
The eyePad 2 (below) is the upgraded version of the original eyePad. It provides the ideal interface for blind dates and enriches non-visual activities by permitting non-reading, non-viewing and non-browsing thus making books, periodicals, movies, games and web content completely obsolete.