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Old 03-30-2014, 02:26 PM   #31
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That is true but most of the ones that I really use a lot I have already paid for and I really do not wish to pay again for them.
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Old 03-30-2014, 09:23 PM   #32
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Take a look at the Asus MeMo FHD 10. They are selling around $250 and are a pretty good bang for your buck.

My wife has one and likes it a lot. She uses it to read, browse, email and watch video. It has pretty good battery life and the screen at 1920x1200 is decent.

They also make a 7 and 8" model at $150 and $180.

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+1 on the Memo Pad HD 7. I love mine. Dual cameras, dual speakers, decent battery life, 1280 x 800 resolution.

And unlike the Nexus (also built by Asus) it has a MicroSD slot

I was waiting for Sony to release a front-lit reader, but gave up when they released the T3 sans light.

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Sorry for not responding sooner. I was helping a relative host a bridal shower and the preparation was very time consuming. I remembered that it had not even been a year since I purchased the HD+ so I brought it in to Barnes and Noble. They replaced it with a referbished unit. That saved me some money but...after setting it up I noticed the same heat issue on the new one. I still have another month before the warranty is gone so I don't know if I should return this one as well. I can feel the heat going through my cover.

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Sorry for not responding sooner. I was helping a relative host a bridal shower and the preparation was very time consuming. I remembered that it had not even been a year since I purchased the HD+ so I brought it in to Barnes and Noble. They replaced it with a referbished unit. That saved me some money but...after setting it up I noticed the same heat issue on the new one. I still have another month before the warranty is gone so I don't know if I should return this one as well. I can feel the heat going through my cover.

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The Kindle Fire HD gets super warm too. It doesn't mean it's overheating. I call it my hand warmer. I thought it was overheating when I got it because it's so warm till I checked the battery temp and realized the temp was fine so it's just bad design.
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