E Reader And Tablet Covers

December 12, 2011 by staff 

E Reader And Tablet Covers, Tablets and e-readers take the spotlight: As exciting as it was in 2010 with the introduction of the original iPad, the tablet market has gotten red-hot this year. The Android side of the aisle has become crowded with interesting possibilities, including the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, the Motorola Xoom, new 7.0-, 8.9- and 10.1-in. versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab and a host of other competitors. Earlier this year, Apple countered with a nicely upgraded version of its market leader, the Apple iPad 2.

But the most revolutionary additions this year may have been the new 7-in. Android-based color touchscreen e-readers introduced by Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo. Consumers who don’t need a higher-end tablet can use these smaller, less-expensive but more limited Wi-Fi devices to read, watch videos and surf the Web. Best iOS tablet: Apple iPad 2

Although Apple’s second-generation tablet, the iPad 2, is almost nine months old now, it still remains the best of this year’s bunch of tablets. With a dual-core processor, a bright and sharp 9.7-in. LED-backlit touchscreen, dual cameras for Wi-Fi-based video chats, and battery life of 10 hours on a charge, the iPad 2 offers everything you need in a tablet.

Weighing in at just over 1.3 lb., the iPad 2 is easy to carry around. And it’s thin — just a third of an inch thick — meaning it rarely feels bulky or unwieldy when in use. Let’s face it — the iPad 2 is something you’ll want to show off. In his Computerworld review, Michael deAgonia says:

There’s no side lip like the previous iPad had, and the result is a beautifully sleek unibody design. It’s hard to believe devices will become thinner than this. Of course, they will, but for now: wow. The thinner iPad is easier to hold, and the aluminum body — in concert with the oil-resistant oleophobic coated glass — gives it a sturdy, luxurious feel.

Best of all, you can choose from more than 140,000 apps built specifically for the iPad 2. In fact, the breadth of applications is what makes this device so popular: It’s so “immersive” that it becomes whatever app you’re using. It’s an e-reader that also allows you to surf the Web, a gaming device that also lets you check e-mail, record music, watch digital videos and TV shows and carry on video chats using FaceTime.

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