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- Laura Zarazua - I HIGHLY Recommend the Kindle 3G wirelessKindle 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 3G Works Globally, Graphite, 6" Display with New E Ink Pearl TechnologyKindle 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 3G Works Globally, Graphite, 6" Display with New E Ink Pearl TechnologyI wanted a Kindle when they first came out but am glad that I waited to get the new wireless 3G model. I carry it around in my purse where ever I go because it is so compact. No more prying the binding open to get the pages to lay flat. The Kindle is always flat, and is easy to find something to prop it up on. It also turns on to the last page I was reading. Oh, and if I don't know a word it quickly looks it up for me with the build in dictionary. I also love being able to change the type as well as the size of the type when ever I want.
It really does only take a few seconds to download an entire e-book. I can't believe how fast and easy it is. I have created an entire library of nearly 2,000 books already. I just wanted to see how many my Kindle would hold. It is hard to imagine how much room that many books would take up in my house. I don't have near enough that much shelf space. But, my Kindle seems limitless (and I don't have to dust them off either).
Except for a few dollars on a couple of books, all the rest were "free" on Amazon, and there are many other websites where you can get free books too. So, really, a Kindle will pay for itself in a very short time with all this free access.
I highly recommend anyone purchasing a Kindle. I am reading more now than I ever did before...five books just in the past several weeks... authors that I may never have read before and have thoroughly enjoyed.
The last point that I would like to make about e-books in general is how many trees are spared for the manufacturing of paper with the use of a Kindle. Think about it...Kindles are not only better, they are smarter.
- Olusola - LeapPad2 vs Innotab 3This review is a basic comparison between the LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer, Green and the VTech InnoTab 3 The Learning App Tablet, Blue as I got the two within the same week and tried them with my twins. Here's how they stack up.
Memory: The LeapPad2 has a 4GB memory while the Innotab3 has a 2GB memory and can accept a microSD card up to 32GB
Buttons: Both tablets have the same buttons but the Innotab3 has a couple of extras viz a brightness control button, a help button and a lock button at the back for the battery compartment
Camera and picture quality: The LeapPAD2 comes with 2 cameras, one in front and one in the rear. The picture quality is decent, it does a good job of adapting to the lighting and it has video recording capabilities. The Innotab3 comes with a single camera that can swivel 180 degrees from front to back. The picture quality is very poor. I was extremely underwhelmed
Initial parental setup: Both tablets took a while (1 hour approximately) to setup the first time but the LeapPAD2 setup was easier and faster. The Innotab3 software hung-up on my computer a few times before I finally got it to install
Apps: Both systems offer a variety of movie, music and game apps. VTech's (for Innotab3) offered more apps, had a wider variety of characters (Hello Kitty was one that Leapfrog did not have) and the price of the apps ranged from $2.50-30 with the majority being around $5. Leapfrogs appcenter (for the LeapPad2) had fewer apps and they cost more. The cost of the apps needs to be considered before you get too excited about the $20 digital download card that comes with this particular version of the LaepPad2. I was offered a 30% discount on the apps for my first purchase and managed to buy 3 cheap apps.
Conclusion: The cost of the apps is a major negative for me. Right now my kids are too young to demand for apps but as they grow older, I don't think I will be inclined to fork out $20 per app.
- Jeff Deitch - Everyone who is, loves or works with a woman needs to read this book.After seeing Sheryl's interviews during her media blitz for the book, I thought that it sounded like a great book that all women should read. Then I had a new hire suggest that I read it and figured that was reason enough, so I did. WOW, what an eye opener. This book has instantly made me understand women more, and what smart man doesn't want to do that?! My wife read it next and WOW. How often do you get to say that you've read what many will categorize as a "business" book and that it's opened your eyes, changed your perspective, made you relate to the women you work with better and improved your marriage.