Thinking of getting a new tablet? Preston Galla posted a good comparison of the Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, and Kobo Vox on Computerworld. Basically it comes down to what you need or want and this article can help you decide which tablet is best for you.
Ignore the emotional appeal and ask yourself: Do I support their mission and objectives? The best place to find the answer for this question is the charity’s own website.
The next question is: How do they spend their charitable donations? Answer this question by checking on a charity at one these sites.
And remember “a fool and his money are soon parted.”
e-book reader or a tablet? Kindle or Nook? iPad or Kindle Fire?
Who has the better marketplace? Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Apple?
With each new product the choices get harder. It basically comes down to what you need and what product can deliver it at a price with which you are comfortable.
Check out the CNET article “Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which e-book reader should you buy?” to help you decide. Whatever you decide know that tomorrow it is outdated and be prepared to accept it for a year or two. Who knows what 2012 will bring.
Sidebar: I opted for the $99 Kindle Touch with special offers, but I see an iPad in my future.
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