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  • E. Treants "tree" - Best Library I have ever hadI have had this Kindle (1 - the original, first generation) since October 2008. I have downloaded from Amazon via Whisper Net and have been able to read within seconds to minutes - this is included in the price. Within a few weeks, I realized I wanted more storage to be able to take additional books along on trips and purchased a memory chip. Currently I have over 300 books on my Kindle and have lots of memory still available if needed. Most of the books are stored on the chip, but I also store them on an external hard drive that connects to my computers.

    Reading on the Kindle is just like reading any other book. I use a reading light that attaches to my book cover when I read in low light situations. The font is variable and I sometimes use a larger font if I have forgotten my readers. I have used the Kindle at home, on airplanes, in cars (when I am NOT driving), and have even taken it on cruises with me. I was happy to hear that the Kindle may now be international and am anxious to try this the next time out of the US. (No, reception of Whisper Net downloads does not happen faster in the left lane of the highway :-).)

    As far as books go, usually Amazon has books at $9.99 or less like they promised. However, Amazon does often have newer books at higher than that. Greed I guess! There are many, many sites on the web that allow free and reduced price downloads. Even Amazon carries many public domain books for free, just look for them. Overall, I am very happy with the Kindle and have recommended it to many of my friends. With it's expanded storage capability it really is much more than an expensive toy. This is the wave of the future in reading devices and it is available now. I have not tried other e-readers, but it always pays to shop around. The initial cost may seem expensive, but the convenience seems to be worth it to me. When I went on two week trips, I always took along 4 to 6 books. Now I could go for months and never need to reload.

    This kindle has worked well for me, but I have had to reset it a few times. It has frozen about for times and my heart stopped each time. Reset has worked each time. I have also replaced the battery once. The original cover was poor and I replaced that in a few months. The replacement cover was well worth the price and has additional features that Amazon did not think of when the product was first introduced.
  • Adam Petrone "Adam" - Great, but will get better with Android Ice Cream Sandwich OSI've seen the evolution of the PC, owning my first IBM Aptiva back in 1992. Basically we're trying to make things smaller and more portable.First was the Big box and monitor, next was the flat screen monitor and laptops, then netbooks and now tablets.In my opinion other than App's I would save money and stick with a netbook for portability.Ok so This is my second tablet, I owned a Toshiba Thrive which I recently sold, was never really happy with it and always found myself back on my 250 dollar acer 11.6 netbook when I wanted mobility. This Asus prime is by far the best Android tablet on the market to date, But it's far from perfect as it really was suppose to run Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. The other major flaw in this is it's aluminum case. Apple ran into this with it's I-Phone as well. Signal strength is diminished when having to pass through metal compared to plastic. That's why it was delayed while they tried to remedy the weak WIFI. They realized after the fact that Satellite signals for it's GPS were also so weak that the GPS is really useless. They fixed the wifi issue but I don't think the GPS will ever be remedied. That side the big difference between the current android 3.2 and Ice Cream Sandwich is that the latter will allow all android app's to work on it where with 3.2 will only run android tablet app's . That is a big plus if they want to sell these as there aren't as many tablets app's as there are phone app's. There is suppose to be an update released toward the end of january, but if I had to do it again I would wait to buy this. Many bugs need to be worked out and I would rather have Ice Cream Sandwich installed at the factory rather than doing a update on adroid 3.2. That aside it's well built but the case does shows scrathes easily and even though it has the new tegra 3 there really is nothing out there that needs such a processor yet. Again wait if you havn't ordered yet Id'e wait and see how this comes togther. You have to ask yourself do I really need this or will a netbook suit my needs?


    Asus is today introducing the TF700T, a new variant of its Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet, whose major upgrade is a move to a 1920 x 1200 resolution. That makes two Android tablets moving to a 1080p res at CES 2012, following Acer's unveiling of the Iconia Tab A700 yesterday.

    The new Transformer Prime isn't sacrificing quality for quantity with its move to a much higher pixel density -- its display is still made of the SuperIPS+ stuff that impressed us so much when reviewing the TF201. Another highly significant upgrade is in the tablet's rear cover design, which has been altered to allow for better GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth performance. Great for new buyers, to be sure, but we wonder how happy owners of the current-gen Prime will be with this news.

    Android 4.01 will be the shipping OS on the Transformer Prime TF700T, which should cost between $599 and $699 when it hits North American shelves in the second quarter of 2012. Compatibility with the TF201's keyboard dock is retained, as are most of the internal components, including the 1.3GHz quad-core Tegra 3 system-on-chip. Onboard storage on the new Prime will be either 32GB or 64GB, depending on your preference. The only other notable step-up for the slate is in the front-facing camera, which has been upgraded from 1.2 to 2 megapixels.

  • R. M. Smith "Quality, Value, Community!" - Wu Xia at it's Best!I saw this on the large screen. Very compelling! The story is excellently written and the movie is perfectly executed. Donnie Yen continues to amaze martial arts fans. He has been around as long as Jet Li, but Yen seems to have a yen (excuse me) for making movies wit greater substance than Li. And I am a huge Li fan, so I say that with much respect. Li may well possess superior wu shu skills, but Yen is most incredible for his age and he possesses, in my opinion, far better acting skills. He tends to act in movies with very strong moral messages that are not evident in the Li films. HERO was great because both men appear together. I wish they would make more movies together. This is a MUST SEE, MUST OWN!!
  • Steph - All women should read this book!Sheryl offers an honest and insightful view into the issues women face today concerning work. While I was reading I could relate to a lot of the feelings and situations she discussed. If you ever feel like you are unsure about where to go in your career especially when you have kids you should read this book. It offers great advice and points to consider. I also like the discussion questions and other reading suggestions at the end.
  • Sparky Jones - It's come a long way.I've been a big MS Office user since version 2000. It seems that with every big change there are quirks to work out. However, after listening to users for many years, Microsoft is getting it right the first time around.

    This version of Office does not come with Access, so be aware of that fact. 2010 users will notice a moderate difference cosmetically and 2007 users will notice a big difference. They have streamlined this version to go with Windows 8 nicely.

    When clicking in any application, you can access most commands on the tool bar at the top. It's more expansive than past versions. All of the features of past versions are in this one. The file formats are the newer 2010 .docx, etc.

    Functionality is improved with better media integration. You can save to SkyDrive, dump movies and photos into projects easier, and much more.

    I love it so far and will post updates as I use it more.