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Asus Transformer Infinity Tablet Review

Asus knocks it out of the park with the Infinity Tablet.

September 26, 2012
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Reading Books

Reading books on any well-equipped Android device is a very simple endeavor, as there are several apps that can handle this to the user's preference. For most of the common apps, you can either tap the screen or swipe it to turn pages forward or backward. You can also change font sizes, colors, and types if you so choose. Because eBook files are so small, they're very easy to store on your device without worrying too much about how much space they take up on your hard drive.

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Buying Books

Whether you're buying eBooks from Amazon or another vendor, the process is largely the same no matter where you get your eBooks. Once you've registered an account with your merchant of choice, you enter in your billing information and credit card. Once you've done this, you can simply tap the "purchase" icons and your account will be automatically be charged for the purchase. Because eBooks are generally tiny files, it won't be long before you can read your book.

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eBook Formats

One of the really great things about owning an Android tablet is the ability to download new eReader apps in the Play Store. If you find that any of your titles don't work on your new tablet, you can always download an eReader that can handle the file format, or you can convert them using a service like Calibre.

Newspapers & Magazines

If you're more of a news junkie, there are also several apps and other ways to subscribe to your favorite periodicals. You can either set up a subscription through an eBook vendor like Amazon, or you can download an app like Google's Currents or Flipboard to keep track of news on your tablet.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Battery & Controls
  5. eReader
  6. Music & Audio
  7. Movies & Video
  8. Email & Web Browsing
  9. Internet Apps
  10. Apple iPad 3rd Gen Comparison
  11. Asus Transformer Prime TF-201 Comparison
  12. Google Nexus 7 Comparison
  13. Conclusion
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