Google Nexus 10

Painfully sharp displays take onscreen reading to a whole new level

By libertyc
November 8, 2013 // 5 Comments

It’s brain-dead obvious that display quality and clarity is key to the reader experience of anyone reading ebooks. And in that respect, ereading enthusiasts are becoming very lucky people. Because tablet and ereader manufacturers are now pushing their technologies to new levels and ever [...]

Tablet Usage: Size Does Matter

By libertyc
January 22, 2013 // 5 Comments

Until recently, I’ve been using an iPad 2 as my sole tablet. I like the iPad. I use it for four main functions: writing, browsing, video and reading. The 10-inch size is perfect for the first three, but it was a bit too large for the last. Because I also use my tablet for scheduling and task [...]

REVIEW: Google’s Nexus 10 Android tablet as a library patron’s delight

By libertyc
December 26, 2012 // 5 Comments

I drive a 1988 Honda and on the whole lead a frugal life. But I have a weakness for e-books and gizmos for reading them. You can’t fathom technology, at the practical level for library patrons and other book-lovers, without using it. Curious where the tech is headed? Well, what costs too much [...]

New Nexus 7 Now Available; Nexus 10 Coming Soon

By libertyc
October 29, 2012 // 0 Comments

From the ever-evolving world of Android tablets today comes news of Google’s much-anticipated new line of Nexus devices. As Nate Hoffelder points out at The Digital Reader, Google was initially planning on unveiling the new devices at a media event in New York City today, which was [...]

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