I have a few, I've just started on the Warrior Cats series. I have been reading them on the kindle and the tablet via the kindle app. Its nice that the kindle app syncs the last page read between devices.
I think I may have worded my last post wrong. My tablet is not like the samsung. Mine is thick like an older phone. My cell phone is slightly thicker in one spot. The kindle is very thin. Im always worried about breaking it.
Tablet by far, The Acer is a little thick, probably twice as thick as the kindle. Its not too big, Like the Samsung Galaxy Tab, I fell as if I was going to break the display at the store.
I like to travel light. So caring two devices is not something I want to do often. Also If i am going some where like school, It is handy to have a device that has a nice browser on it too. As where the kindle would only be good for reading. ( I use ebooks, the book store is too expensive. )
Its a good aspect ration for movies, I use it for eBooks, browsing the web when I'm not at my computer, Watching a YouTube video now and then, and occasionally I do a little bit of text editing. I do have a regular Kindle that I prefer to read books on, however, if I forgot to bring it with me, or it wasn't convenient to bring the kindle then the tablet is the fall back device.
Wow o.o I don't think I've ever had anything electrical that has ever lasted longer than it's review battery life. Yea, I don't really think that screen size matters all that much. From what experience I've had not that many people use it for films or stuff.
Lucky me, I was planning on getting an Acer Aspire One but sided with a Dell insperon Mini 10v instead x] I bumped it up to 2gb of ram though, 1 is never enough to be going off.
It actually looks pretty amazing, what's the battery life like?
I kinda did the opposite. I bought a really cheap android tablet that I planned on using as an ebook reader but it broke so I got my money back and bought this instead :D what netbook was it by the way?