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  1. Kari Scare
    Kari Scare 22 February, 2012 at 8:43 am | | Reply

    I went through the same kind of search process that you did, and I finally landed on a Samsung Galaxy Tab. I didn’t use my cell for for phone calls much, so a tab was a natural better choice. I also needed a new reader (the battery life on my old one was getting really low), and I knew the Tab could do that too. Plus, when we switched to a new service provider, we got the tab for $99 with a 2-year contract. Our monthly fees are $35 less than they were with my cell provider, but I am getting a Trac phone ($7/month) for emergencies (still paying lots less). With all that being said, I love almost everything about the Tab. Not only is it a reader, but I have a Nook, Kindle AND Sony Reader ap on it. Essentially, it’s 3 readers in one. My books dowloaded easily from Sony, and I was even able to download what my son has on his Nook. Love the 3G speed and everything else about the Tab. The only drawback is that for some reason it has trouble syncing at times with Google applications. I am finding work-arounds for this problem, but I wish I wouldn’t have to. Battery lasts about 48 hours. I’m really happy with my choice.

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