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I 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.
I found myself on most days contemplating ways on how to slice a banana. I would often stay in the shower for more than two hours, thinking of ways to cut one. I tried everything, from removing the cover off of my fan and slowly inching it into the blades as they turned, to putting it in a jar of vinegar and staring at it, hoping that something would happen (sort of like to an egg). I sunk into a deep depression, and had to take 3 pills every morning and night to cope with it. I mentioned my banana problem to a co-worker of mine, and he introduced me to this revolutionary invention called a "Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer". I almost fainted as I gazed upon this perfect god-like product. Since then I have woke up everyday in the greatest mood and am no longer taking anti-depressants, I also do community service and raise awareness on breast cancer. Thank you, Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer.
I had not used QuickBooks before but found this completely easy to use. I took over the books for a nonprofit for which I am serving as treasurer and was able to dive right in and get to work. I especially love that I can download the bank statements into the program. It practically reconciles itself.
I've been using my 32GB Champagne Gold Prime for 2 weeks now and I've been very impressed. It is definitely the best tablet on the market in terms of specs and in terms of best specs for the price. At the same price as other tablets but with (usually) double the specs (e.g. quad-core for the price of a duel core, 32GB for the price of 16GB) this tablet is attracting a lot of attention.
Here's my thoughts:
- Gorilla Glass front and aluminum backside is simply stunning to look at, I would even call it sexy
- Very quick screen transitions. I've only noticed a small amount of lag <1% of the time, which is better than all other tablets including the iPad2.
- The range of the WiFi excellent. It is as far as my laptop and my phone (Droid X, WiFi issues were fixed as far as I'm concerned)
- This tablet is the only Ice Cream Sandwich (Android OS 4, newest OS) tablet out there at the time I'm writing this
- Ice Cream Sandwich lets you "freeze" apps. This is normally needed on carrier provided phones (though it's not really needed because there is very little to no bloatware on it -- the preinstalled apps I actually use, unlike my Droid X which has so much Verizon crap on it). So even though it's not needed, it's a nice feature to have "just in case".
- Camera works well (not that I'd ever use a tablet as a camera, people that do that I just want to laugh at)
- The Gorilla Glass screen simply doesn't scratch (aluminum backside is another story)
- The Battery lasts for 2 days under moderate-heavy usage.
- The screen looks brilliant. Netflix and THD apps look amazing. ASUS is coming out with a 1920x1200 model over the summer, I don't see how a resolution upgrade will affect the view on a 10.1" screen)
- And the best feature for last... This tablet is able to handle THD apps (Tegra 3 only apps) which offer higher performance and better visuals. There are about 10 THD apps on the Android market right now and Nvidia is pushing to get many more out there over the coming months (like Feb-March 2012)
- Bluetooth works fine. No surprises or problems. Kind of hard to get excited about a normally performing Bluetooth.
- Comes with an ICS and an ASUS Keyboard, both are 'meh'. They get the job done but are rather dull. I use "Thumb Keyboard 4" from the Android Market which is totally awesome on tablets.
- Even without GPS activated it can find out where I am. I haven't tested out if the real GPS (satellites) works yet (I don't see many reasons to be concerned with GPS on a WiFi only tablet, the only time I think it would be useful would be if you lost your tablet and you want to locate it via PC).
- The backside of it looks very sexy but is the reason for said GPS issues, it is also prone to scratches. I've scratched the backside once so far by placing it on my car keys by accident. I got a leather tablet case to solve that problem.
- And the most important "SO-SO" for last: Pictures and Media can be viewed on the microSD Card without having to transfer them to the tablet, but sadly apps cannot be installed to the microSD Card. This is better than the Sony Tablet S because that tablet only allowed the transferring of files on the microSD Card, you can't view anything on it)
- Fingerprint magnet like most tablets out there.
- No 3G/4G (can be fixed by tethering connection to cell phone via WiFi or Bluetooth)
- Some of the apps on my phone (like Plants vs. Zombies) do not yet work on Android Tablets/ICS.
UPDATE: If you see the 32GB for anything over $499 and the 64GB for anything over $599 you are getting ripped off. $499/$599 are the standard prices specified by ASUS. People have been buying these tablets for the standard price and reselling them for higher.
Norton is reliably the best commercial antivirus we've tried. It catches more bugs and has more features, so is easier to configure to work the way you want it to. Plus the price is very reasonable, it's easy to set up, and works right the first time. They also send regular updates to keep you on top of all the latest bugs out there; apparently there are lots of roaches out there with no friends or love interests, so nothing better to do than try to wreck what they don't have.