Tablets start slowly replacing books and magazines, Gartner finds
0. phoneArena 05 Jul 2012, 07:43 posted on
Tablets started becoming extremely affordable with the launch of the Kindle Fire, but now that we have the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and the Nexus 7 running on full Android…
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1. maverick786us (Posts: 127; Member since: 20 Apr 2012)
Good to hear that. One tablets and bunch of books filling a room. Its so convenient to use iBook application compared to crappy printed books. I really wish that printed books phase out as soon as possible and replaced with tablets. By using tablets we can save several trees
2. meowcenary (Posts: 187; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)
Books are much more intimate, the feel of the paper and the pages as you turn them. Nothing like the smells of a book/books on a nice sunny or rainy day. I have a kindle and my library at home (expanding), that I would and will always be fond of.
Since you are on this use a tablet save a tree. Why don't you use leaves to wipe up after you drop your kids off at the pool. They are readily avaliable in the streets, backyard, and local/state parks. It would really help you in your conservation quest, after all who wants to use crappy toilet paper.....