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  1. Tablets are a luxury ecxept as far as reading goes.About 75% of my reading is done via tablet with 15% by phone and the rest by paper sources. My IPad2 tablet is/was nice, but it is a device looking for a mission. You look at it and have to think OK, what else can I do with it ? and What else can I do with it after that ? and so on. Don’t have the time to play at making the IPad an important or integral part of my life. Frankly, I don’t even use it much now at all -even lent it out! Conversely, my small tablet an Amazon Kindle Fire has done exactly what I want. I use it to a) read b) watch Amazon Prime (free) Videos, c) web browsing when not near the computer d) some online shopping, at Amazon, Ebay and other sites. I really like the smaller size. It has great battery life and can be used with one hand and is pocketable.Don’t use my tablet(s) for much more than that it for more than that(Yeah I rooted the Kindle, and rarely use the (pretty good) Amazon launcher/interface, preferring ADW Ex, and I also have OTA rootkeeper to keep the video app working). Thanks this is a good, relevant tablet question Before thinking of buying a tablet people should consider how they might use it -or better, are they unsatisfied with some part of their (mostly) on-line computing experience that a tablet can make better?

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