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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity – A Review

Asus has quite a few number of tablets in its Transformer series lineup and the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity is probably the best amongst them. The unique tablet-notebook mobile hybrid boasts countless advancement over prior models and excels at almost everything it provides. Here is our take on the much-hyped device!

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Buying, Acquiring and Managing Content on Your Kindle Paperwhite – A How-To Guide

Purchasing content on your Kindle Paperwhite can seem to be a slightly daunting task for users who are new to the Kindle experience of buying, reading and managing e-books over the world-wide web. This article talks about the basic steps which can help you purchase, download, and manage content on your Kindle Paperwhite device.

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How To Use The Kindle Fire HD In Australia

Available in 7-inch and 8.9-inch form factors, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD is the second generation of color touchscreen Kindle Fire line of tablet computers manufactured by Amazon. Though initially designed to be a highly versatile e-book reader with long battery life, the Kindle series has grown on to be one of the world’s leading and most popular handheld devices today. It now holds a competitive standing against other major tablet PCs available out there in the market today, such as the Apple iPad, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus 7, among many others. However, with Amazon aiming largely towards an American audience to market its products, the question which now looms is how useful the Kindle Fire HD really is for someone residing elsewhere in the world, say Australia?

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