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Date Submitted Tue. Nov. 12th, 2013 2:39 PM
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Helper tonylee5566
Tags "tablets"
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Think i'll pass on the factory reset. The only thing that really drive me nuts is the scratches on the screen protector and as well as fingerprints. I guess everyone is certain areas of their devices, fingerprints on the screen is an annoyance. Also it holds onto moisture very quickly.

You could do a factory reset and that might sort it but it is a pain to everything, It would drive me crazy if it was on my tablets pipo max m6 , I get frustrated because they updated the keyboard and moved the apostrophe !

Probably buying want to flash a mew ROM before downloading, action launcher is barely functioning on this. want everything perfect to enjoy this perfectness. give some more information on what you plan on using your tablet for so people can give you some suggestions accordingly. The play store is a big place.
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Date Submitted Fri. Oct. 4th, 2013 3:08 AM
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Helper tonylee5566
Tags "tablets"
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You can of course do this now from the bookmarks page, long-pressing a bookmark. But this is quicker and looks like it includes full screen web app experience as well.but you're dealing with such small numbers it's pretty insignificant considering 0.4" is about half the length of my knuckle and about the weight of an apple the rotatable car holder for ipad mini.
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Date Submitted Sun. Jun. 30th, 2013 4:32 AM
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Helper tonylee5566
Tags "samsung galaxy tab 7" | "tablets"
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LOVE my Protective Cases with Stand for Galaxy Tab 7 had a nook colour with CM7 on it and havent touched it in months, also have an HP touchpad and while it feels smoother and just better because of WebOS goodness, it's still lagging behind on free apps that are worth anything..

For me the nook tablet is all I need. I also need the extra space and the sd slot of the nook over the fire because I have around 6 gigs in books which took all night to transfer into Calibre for when I go get my nook sometime in the next week or so. All I need from a tablet is a ereader and light web browsing and movie player. If i need to type I will just get onto my desktop for that where it is a much better experience for typing and documents. that the diff between Fire/Nook versus things like the iPad is that the former are content consuming devices, and tablets are content producing devices.

I like both for different reasons, and use them in different contexts - but I am also the kind of guy who stays away from multi-purpose tools, so there!

Good review as usual, though. i think the nook is a little more tablet than you give it credit for...it's not full blown, it's an e-reader with benefits to be sure, but i can do all my e-mail, all my web surfing, take a look at docs and xls sheets via drop box or google pages with the help of a small office app...as well as watch most flash driven video sites and stuff...so it won't replace a more robust tablet, but I do give it a little more credit than just being an entertainment device.