Senior members of Hungary's government are to be given the latest iPads within the next few weeks, business daily Világgazdaság said on Wednesday.
Procurement of 90 tablet devices worth around HUF 16 million for members of the government at the seniority level of deputy state-secretary and above, is under way, the paper said.
The paper noted that Apple was expected to limit its Hungarian quota of iPad2 sales due to global production bottlenecks, but this is not expected to have an impact on the government's order. Units of the device in the low hundreds are now arriving in Hungary, the paper added.
József Szájer, who heads Hungary's national constitutional consultation body, said earlier he drafted parts of the country's new basic law on an iPad.