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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK Review: Sinking or Swimming – Tablet Extraordinaire or Just a Budget-Buy

With a 7-inch slate tablet that boasts the latest and greatest from the Samsung’s Tab 4 technology, $200 of free content, a seamless integration with the B&N stores and many exciting features, is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook a price steal or a tablet lemon?

Find out here in our in-depth product review where we talk about all its myriad features, benefits, drawbacks and more!

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK

Barnes & Noble still seems to be in the race – the race of tablets and e-readers, that is. To compete with Amazon, Barnes & Noble have released another NOOK tablet in collaboration with one of the bigwigs of the tablet franchise – Samsung. We bring to you the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK review – in vivid descriptive detail.


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2014-10-11T01:51:10+00:00 By |eReader Reviews|0 Comments

A Detailed NOOK GlowLight Review: The Best e-Ink NOOK and Bedtime Buddy

When Amazon came out with its first eReader, Barnes and Noble wasn’t far behind. This respected company is becoming well-known around the globe for the beautiful e-readers that it offers. The latest electronic reader from B&N is the NOOK GlowLight, which is reviewed here to give you the lowdown and help you to make an informed decision.. The following is a very helpful NOOK GlowLight in-depth review, and in our humble opinion, it’s the most detailed one you will find online.

This device is this company’s best reading experience yet. With crisper text and optimized fonts on a high-resolution and innovative E Ink display, you won’t be able to remember how you ever read without it. With this eReader, you’ll have instant access to recommendations from Barnes and Noble experts, curated collection, and be able to obtain instant access to op lists. In addition, there are over 3 million titles available in the Nook Store.  At the moment, there are many NOOK GlowLight discounts on the official Barnes and Noble website, which can help save you a lot of your hard earned money.


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2014-10-26T21:09:25+00:00 By |eReader Reviews|0 Comments

A Complete Fire 7 (Fire 6th Gen) 2017 Review: All the Best in Budget

It seems that tablets are taking over the world, as more individuals are opting to read their favorite magazines and new book releases and browse the World Wide Web via this type of device. There are numerous types of tablets on the market, but the Fire 7 by Amazon seems to be a step ahead when it comes to popularity, affordability, and innovation. For this reason, we decided to conduct a research on this tablet to know if it really lives-up to the hype that surrounds it and to bring you the following Fire HD 7 Tablet in-depth review.

5/20/2017: Fire HD 7 is no longer available. I’d suggest you to check out the latest Fire 7 this 2017.

A Complete Fire HD 7 2014 Review

The Most Powerful 7 Inch Tablet Under $50 USD

Check out an Updated Fire Tablet 2017 (6th Gen) right below $50.

This is a powerful and full-featured tablet that comes in 8 GB and 16 GB and in five different color choices: black, magenta, white, citron, and cobalt. Compared to other previous generations of Kindle Fire HD 7″ (2013), the Fire Tablet 7 by Amazon has a brighter high-definition display, and it’s two times faster. In addition, it comes with stereo speakers, quad-core processor, rear and front cameras, and etc. Each unit comes with a quick start guide, 5W power adapter, and USB 2.0 cable. This tablet has been considered in the media as the most powerful 7 inch tablet under $120.00 USD (Best Discount 2014). Below, you’ll find more detailed info.


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2017-06-16T20:39:15+00:00 By |eReader Reviews|Comments Off on A Complete Fire 7 (Fire 6th Gen) 2017 Review: All the Best in Budget

Compare Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Which Lighted Reader is better in 2016?

In Sept 2014, Amazon introduced a new Kindle eBook reader to the market. One of them is the Kindle Voyage (3rd Gen 2014 model) as well as an upgrade of Kindle Paperwhite (4th Gen in 2015).

Since their introduction, users are finding it difficult to make a choice between the two great products. The review is to take a Detailed Look at Kindle Voyage Vs Kindle Paperwhite, find out the similarities as well as the differences between the two most popular Kindle eBook readers and guide users to make a choice.

Kindle Voyage Comparing to Paperwhite 2014

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5/4/2015 Update: Kindle Paperwhite is $20 off – Lowest Price Ever Today. Save $100 comparing to Voyage for great books!

Kindle Voyage versus Kindle Paperwhite Comparison

Resolution and Display

The kindle Voyage has a built-in light display and has a better resolution than its kindle Paperwhite counterpart has. It has a superior display than other kindle product available on the market today.

Moreover, the product has 300 pixels, which is about the same of Kindle Paperwhite (300 px updated in 2015). The result of this is that it shows a good, sharp image display. The implication of this is that it is pretty easy and comfortable to read and use Voyage than the Paperwhite.

Voyage has way better screen and Wins!


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2017-05-17T07:03:49+00:00 By |eReader Reviews|2 Comments

Kindle 6 (Touchscreen 2014 edition) Review: Is it the Best Budget Kindle Reader?

Since its launch in 2007, The Amazon Kindle has consistently been rated as the world’s best e-reader, and although it has gone through many transformations and improvements, quality has never been compromised. The Kindle Touchscreen is the newest member of Amazon’s Kindle lineup (6th generation), and will be released on October 2nd, 2014. Features a touch design with no buttons, an easy-to-navigate interface, and options such as highlighting and dictionary, making it easier than ever to look up definitions and mark them for future reference. Even in sunlight, the touchscreen display is glare-free just like a regular paperback, however unlike a typical paperback, the Kindle (2014 edition) is small and light enough to fit in your pocket.

Kindle is $49 Special this Black Friday!

The New Kindle: Is it Kindle Touch 2011 Reborn?

The Kindle 2014 will retail at $79 without special offers, which include sponsored screensavers and deals for upcoming Kindle titles, or just $99 without special offers. Always running out of space for books on your bookshelf or in your bag?  This tablet is the perfect solution.  It has 4gb of memory and can hold up to 3,000 books.  You can even borrow Kindle books from your local library.

For readers on the go, the battery is fully charged in approximately 4 hours using a USB cord attached to a computer. A fully charged Kindle will last up to one month with the wireless turned off, assuming around 30 minutes of daily reading time. Even with wireless on, the Kindle will remain charged for an impressive 3 weeks.


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2017-05-17T05:56:26+00:00 By |eReader Reviews|Comments Off on Kindle 6 (Touchscreen 2014 edition) Review: Is it the Best Budget Kindle Reader?