Library of Classics MP3 Player – Your Required Reading List in your Pocket

by Julie

I love to read and I can honestly say that my whole family enjoys a good story, but they just don’t invest the time it takes to be able to sit down and enjoy a good novel, its a shame, because there are so many tales worthy of the few hours it would take to experience them. I must admit I actually hated to read in school, but I think that was …

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The Nabi – Not your Daddy’s Tablet

by Julie

I guess everybody expects that I’m a gadget geek. It would come as no surprise that I have a multitude of electronic devices in every corner of my home. I have smart-phones and laptops, desktops, movie players, movie streamers, recorders, set top boxes, iPods, iPads, Android stuff galore… and an 8 year old child that we affectionately call “the crusher” So it is certainly my pleasure to introduce you to …

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Flote holds your tablet or e-reader

by Mark R

Some of us have tablets or e-readers, and they can be a little tedious when you have to hold them up with one hand and use them all day. I suppose you could get yourself some sort of Folio stand, but you might want to try out the Flote. The Flote is simply a way to “free your hands”, which is the official slogan. As you can see, its bent …

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Belkin’s Verve Folio Stand for the Kindle Fire

by Mark R

Two days ago, my Amazon Kindle Fire arrived in the mail. I had a pretty exciting time with the Kindle Fire, and I will give you a hands-on review of that if you leave enough comments demanding one. Fortunately, I was prepared for the Kindle Fire with the Verve Folio Stand by Belkin. It definitely gives my Kindle Fire some protection, and since it is a leather portfolio, it makes …

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Kobo Vox introduced

by Edwin

Kobo has launched what they deem to be the world’s first social e-book reader device in the form of the Kobo Vox – and to know just what kind of device this is, we will look at it in closer detail right after this. Already supporting more than 5 million users worldwide, the new Kobo Vox e-book reader was inspired by “Vox Populi”, which means the voice of the people. …

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Ectaco jetBook Color to be seen at CES

by Edwin

Like I mentioned yesterday, those who are aiming for an e-book reader sometime down the road tend to have limited choices simply because a tablet is far more popular, and tablets tend to be able to double up as e-book readers (although the display might not be too suitable for reading for hours on end), but an e-book reader is more or less good for only one thing – that …

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Bookeen delivers Cybook Odyssey

by Edwin

When it comes to e-book readers, we aren’t exactly spoilt for choice compared to those who are on the lookout for a tablet for their needs. The world of e-book readers are not exactly brimming with new models, but that does not mean you have little or no options. No sir, a company like Bookeen has its fair share of e-book readers in the market which are already decent enough …

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ViewSonic has quartet of portable entertainment solutions coming your way

by Edwin

When you talk about ViewSonic, chances are your mind would be transported over to images of cheap monitors that tend to punch above their weight, but this time around, take a break from monitors. ViewSonic has just announced that they will be previewing a quartet of entertainment solutions at Pepcom’s upcoming Holiday Spectacular event. Among these four devices would be the ViewPad 7x, the ViewPad 7e, the V3D245 and V3D231 …

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