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Old 06-12-2012, 06:25 AM   #2
Play-with-Books
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Totally Agree.

I purchased a Playbook for just that reason.

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It functions as a e-reader and gives all the extras that you get from a tablet.

It is also at a bargain price as it is out of favour, although it is a solid well-built piece of kit.
[Got mine off ebay new for 149.99 inc taxes/vat (32GB model)]

The reviews on the interweb are mostly out of date and negative.
Yet, the hardware spec is excellent and the latest OS update to 2.x is very good.

With a bit of luck more is to come but even as it stands it is much better that a Kindle or similar as it has functionality beyond just being a e-reader.

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Hope more people see the bargain it is.
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