Earlier this morning it was outline how Hollywood stars and producers alike have been quick to adopt the Apple iPad to help with their day-to-day work.

J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Bryan Burk, director and producers for shows like LOST, Fringe and the Cloverfield movie respectively, have specifically been using the iPad as a main assisting component when working with Transformers executive-producer Robert Orci last month while laying down the sequel to the last Star Trek movie.

"When you’re carrying a little TV around, you bring the power of imagery to places that you don’t normally have it,” Mr. Orci said in an interview.

In addition to big-time writers and producers using the iPad to help with their work, it looks like many actors -- like Dana Delany who will be starring in "Body of Proof" on ABC -- have been utilizing the iPad to help with things like rehearsals and script revisions. Heck, even the sound guys are getting in on the action.

"The iPad is the must-carry accessory on sound stages this season, visible behind the scenes of television and film shoots and in business meetings."

With the amount of product placement for the iPad (2,438 appearances on TV in September alone) and attention from the likes of major Hollywood players mentioned above, how quickly could the iPad take over most day-to-day tasks at the workplace? How have you been using the iPad at work, specifically? Let us know in the comments!

[ NYTimes]