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ttemple
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ttemple   9/28/2012 5:05:02 PM
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Tek,

 

Well said.  I agree.

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bobjengr   9/28/2012 5:11:50 PM
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Allan--excellent post.  I have a Kindle Fire (not HD version) and love it.  I was very skeptical in the beginning but after one day of taking it through all the paces I realized it was a very usable and desirable device.  The only issue I have is the ability of the Wi-Fi to pick up when I'm receiving only 2 "bars".  I think the HD version will solve that problem.  (The other problem I have is getting it away from my grandchildren.)  Again, excellent post.

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Mydesign   10/4/2012 6:31:09 AM
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Tekochip, in that aspect I too agrees with you. If you are very fond of any particular products, it's a mindset to neglect the disadvantages. The only thing is we may boost most of its advantages.

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