With that, the site posted the first known "new iPad" unboxing video. You can see it below.
The site also ran a set of benchmarks on the device. The Geekbench test confirmed that, as expected, the device has 1GB of RAM. The processor was not clocked over the A5 processor in the iPad 2, which means the major improvements to performance will be the quad-core graphics and the 1GB of RAM.
The Geekbench score came in at 756. AnandTech's score for Geekbench from last year and the iPad 2 came in at 751, which means the new results are basically within the margin of error.
Although some people might receive their iPads early, Apple typically requests shipments to be held until launch day.