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Old 09-06-2012, 05:54 PM   #38
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Originally Posted by therealjoeblow View Post
Arc + no micro-sd = Huge Fail.

Even at 16GB, that holds less than 3 HD movies, so this isn't much of a "multimedia tablet", which is what their website is marketing it as. I have more storage capacity in my cell phone! What are these designers thinking when they decide to not include a 50 cent socket in these products?

I'd buy a Blackberry Playbook 64gb model (with a Micro-SD slot) at about the same price before the Arc... or wait for the new Microsoft Surface.

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The REAL Joe
True...I store all my movies on my external card on my Vox. Same with my phone...

BUT, I guess Amazon wants to do the Apple thing and have to buy from their store and keep everything in the Cloud.

F*ck the Cloud! I don't own any Apple devices for that very reason!

Guess if I want a Kindle, I'd be better off on the cheapie e-ink verson. They have the new Paperweight...ooops, I mean Paperwhite coming out (who's bright idea was THAT name!?) which could be worthy of scoping out, instead of me buying the new Kobo Glo. LOVE that I have LOTS of options, though!!!
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