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  1. jdh4321 says:
    1,256 of 1,277 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The first thing you need to understand is: THIS IS NOT AN IPAD!!!, August 17, 2011
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    jdh4321

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    …. It’s also NOT a Galaxy Tab or any of the numorous other high dollar high end tabs out there.

    That being said, lets talk about what it is. A VERY inexpensive, very cool android table and book reader.

    I have the white version, it came boxed nicely with everything I needed to get started. It doesnt have access to google’s android market but it comes with a market if its own and I found there were PLENTY of places to get free apps all over the internet.

    I found the screen to be fairly responsive, however not as fast as MY Ipad. Thats right folks I have an iPad. I wanted something i could throw in the car or read on the boat or drop accidently without worrying about losing it somehow some way. My ipad cost $700 bones new and I found I really didnt like to take it with me anywhere that it might get damaged.

    This unit is not as fast as other extreamly more expensive units out in the world but it really, most definatley, does the job. Convert your vidoes to MP4 and watch movies or wait a bit, VLC is coming with an app that will let you play ANY movie file.

    Music player is great, speakers are ok but headphones are better. You can reach out on your home network and access files with this unit (something you CANT do with a MAC) you can also expand its memory both internal and exlernal rather simply.

    Screen is bright, controls are responsive and the Open Android software that came on it seems pretty stable.

    THINK about what you want out of your tablet.

    I wanted something a little more compact that I could just throw in the car with me and go. Inexpensive and usefull. This filled the bill and is a steal at this price.

    I was surprised to find it on Amazon and certainly at such a reasonable price.

    If you want superfast processing and the APP store (Both android or Apple) then your going to have to buy something more expensive.

    I found this Tab reliable easy to use and still able to get every APP on it I wanted without having to ROOT it or Hack it.

    It’s a great first Tab or for the person who doesn’t need all the bells and whisltes of an Ipad.

    I hope this helps!!

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  2. Laurie says:
    323 of 330 people found the following review helpful:
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    Great product, June 30, 2011
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    Laurie (Indiana, USA) –

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    I bought this as a birthday present for my mom. She enjoys surfing the web right before bedtime and had been using her ipod touch, but the screen is soooo little it’s hard for her to see anything. She is also disabled and there are days that she is in bed or on the couch all day unable to move. I wanted her to have something larger that was a multi-tasker that was easy to use. SHE LOVES THIS TABLET!! It has taken her a few days to get the hang of it, and she says she still hasn’t discovered all of the bells and whistles, but it lets her surf the web without having to sit at a desk where the computer is. It’s also an ereader and the built in Barnes and Noble app is awesome and very easy to use. It also comes with a couple of games (one of them is solitaire, she was thrilled 🙂 )But she has already downloaded a few more from the app store. In my opinion, it is totally worth the cost and I am just thankful to see her so happy.

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  3. joy4 says:
    298 of 313 people found the following review helpful:
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    Great Deal for Little Reader, April 13, 2011
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    joy4

    This review is from: PanDigital 72-70FW 7-Inch Tablet Computer – White (Personal Computers)

    I’m a big fan of this product. I have yet to run out of battery life, even using the wifi to surf for a couple of hours. Yet, it is a bit heavy. But, it is a GREAT alternative to an iPad. The web surfing is perfectly fine if the wifi connection is a good one. The screen resolution and color is better than most tablets at this price and size, 800×600. As far as Refurbished product, item comes in a sealed retail box and all accessories are brand new, just like new product. I can not tell if it is refurbished.

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  4. Frater V "The Truth is Absolutely Not Absolut... says:
    82 of 86 people found the following review helpful:
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    A Completely Updated and Expanded Edition!, November 8, 1999
    By A Customer

    Ron White has written an expanded of edition How Computers Work. The Millennium Edition offers readers a totally updated and refreshing view of computer technology that will take them into the next century. Readers are treated to new graphics, new insight into computer operations, new developments in the computer industry, and new technology to incorporate into their personal and business computing!

    This new edition of How Computers Work is a beautifully illustrated and designed book that clearly and concisely explains the overall operation of computers. Readers will learn how individual computer components work, how the Windows operating system and a number of software applications work, how various audio, graphics, and video technologies work, and how a number of essential peripheral accessories work. Readers will also pick up on some helpful information about the Y2K phenomenon.

    Readers are taken on a breath-taking journey through the operation of the bios, cache, chips, memory, ports, hard drives, CD’s, diskettes, zip drives, graphics boards, sound boards, modems, monitors, mouses, joysticks, printers, surge protectors, back-up power supplies, digital cameras, scanners, and much more. White includes discussion of cutting-edge Pentium technologies and how Web browsers, e-mail, networks, virtual reality, multimedia, and data compression work.

    This book is perfect for company employees, for students who may be using computers for the first time, and beginners starting out with just an interest in computers. This book is great for classroom use and will also make a fine gift for the first-time computer buyer! It is must reading for anyone wanting to learn more about the computing scene. The CD included with the book offers a cool multimedia interactive tour no one should miss out on!

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  5. Shawn Weil says:
    37 of 37 people found the following review helpful:
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    Wonderful overview of internal Computer components, et al, November 9, 2002

    I work in the IT / Computer Repair industry, and I personally feel that this book is very helpful to most individuals, especially those who have little familiarity with computer systems, internal structures, gadgets and whatnots.
    I found the detailed and heavily-illustrated sections regarding chipsets, processors, memory buffers, etc. to be very helpful. Most computer manuals are very technical and assume you know a computer inside and out, already (despite constant development in the industry and the fact that by the time a computer hits the shelves it is out-dated).
    These “How Computers / Internet,” etc. books are wonderful manuals for those who just want to know “how the heck does this crazy thing work, anyway ?!?!”
    You won’t be able to pass your A+ Certifications with this series of books, but you will understand much of the jargon people throw-around in the office, and you will see flow charts of “How Computers Work.”
    I sincerely appreciated the diagrams of a Techtronix Printer!
    Suffice to Say, if “a picture is worth a thousand words,” this book is pricesless for the novice and very helpful for the beginning (uncertified) Techs in the computer repair field. The usual Black & White Illustrations in computer manuals aren’t exactly condusive to really getting a feel for the stuff you might be yanking out and replacing. However, this book is full of numerous full-color, full-page illustrations.

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  6. Anonymous says:
    40 of 41 people found the following review helpful:
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    This Book WILL Answer Your Questions, July 6, 2000
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    Some people are content to spend their lives not knowing or caring what is under the hood of their car, inside their watch, or in their TV sets. To them, the end product is all that matters. Other people are not content with that – they want to know how things work. What magic is taking place that allows them to watch events thousands of miles away or toast their bagel.

    There are few inventions as imposing as the personal computer to understand. Integrated Circuits, ISA connections, Hexadecimal code, and many other seemingly complex words float around in descriptions of hardware and software. This book demystifies the PC – with flare.

    Each component of the PC – CPU, drives, printers, mouse – is described with a down to earth, step by step description and exceptional illustrations. It is just technical enough to allow the power user to be satisfied, but easy enough to understand so us non-Computer Science majors can gain some knowledge.

    My only criticism involves the CD – the layout was good, but it only included some of the information in the book. Had it been more comprehensive, I would have enjoyed it more.

    This is similar in quality to “The Way Things Work” by David Macaulay. “How Computers Work” will answer the questions you’ve had about computers, and many that you haven’t thought of. It is the perfect mix of information and illustration. Highly recommended.

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