I'm a hater, but for a different reason.
I've always had a chip on my shoulder for tablet pc's & iPads. I think they're a novelty. Maybe to use in addition to a real PC, definitely not as a replacement. However, I did break down and buy an Acer A500 Iconia. Why? I absolutely HATE and really mean HATE the ebook reader used by the school I go to known as MyScribe. Just do a Google on "I hate Myscribe" and contrast to the results you get when you Google "I like Myscribe" and you'll get my drift. Anyhow, I first started with the Kindle 3G as a workaround. Print my textbooks out to PDF from the much hated MyScribe, at only 40 pages at a time - another reason why I dislike MyScribe so. Takes an hour of my life to print out in multiple PDFs my textbook I need for school. Love the Kindle product, so easy on the eyes to read books, however I learned that PDFs are just too small to effectively read chapter after chapter of a book for study. The Kindle DX might have worked, with it's larger display, however those were not available locally. Back to the store the Kindle went. I figured I'd try the Acer tablet PC. It displays the PDF files beautifully, and mission accomplished - I have a book like experience by sitting in a chair and holding the tablet like a book while I read. Aside from being used as a book reader, can use a Kindle app too, it's a neat toy. Can read emails and play some games with nice graphics, surf the web, etc. but sooo not a real computer replacement.
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