US President Obama Signs NATO Summit iPad

Friday, November 26, 2010
By OP Editor

Video of the second President Obama iPad autograph.

US President Obama signs iPad Nato Summit

Video: President Obama Signs iPad at NATO Summit

To a Nato Summit attendee who presents an iPad with wish for the Presidential autograph, the US President comments: “Ah, sign my iPad. I’ve done this once before.”

Is this the way to get autographs of the future? Just last month, President Obama signs one lucky iPad at a rally in Seattle at the University of Washington. Now it’s confirmed that was the first ever iPad autograph of the US Commander in Chief.

The US President does more than autographing the Apple tablet. Even with some Washington politicians stonewalling his moves, Obama has accomplished quite a lot. Must be the power of the Presidential Mac.

via tuaw


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2 Responses to “US President Obama Signs NATO Summit iPad”

  1. Don

    Wow, now that is one iPad that has just increased its resale value big time. Not too many of the millions of iPads out there will ever have the privilege of having a real-live sitting president sign it. I keep that iPad in a locked safe for thirty-years. Who knows, maybe one day it too, thirty or forty years from now, will be auctioned off like the recent Apple I for a boat load of money? Good show!


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