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The purpose of this group is to discuss and share information about the various available android tablets.  Discuss and share your experience.

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Comment by Robin Sowder on January 7, 2012 at 7:41pm

I ended up purchasing a Toshiba Thrive.  I really like it, but because I don't use a smartphone or other android devices I'm still trying to learn the ins and outs of it.  I know that I am not using it up to capacity by a far cry.  I deciding factors were the availability of a full size USB port and mini USB port plus an HDMI port.  Everything else seems to shake out equal to an Ipad.

Comment by Robin Sowder on October 15, 2011 at 5:47pm
I'm narrowing my tablet search down and believe that I want an Android type tablet.  It is now down to Toshiba Thrive, Asus Transformer, and the Acer Iconia.  Anyone with experience with these plus pro/cons?
Comment by Kate MacMillan on March 21, 2011 at 6:14pm

We jusr recieved 5  new Dell Streaks to try out. ... don't know the price yet,  Like the Samsung tablet it does have a Kindle and a Barnes andNoble app.

Comment by Elizabeth B. Smith on February 8, 2011 at 3:43pm
I'm using the Samsung tablet that I got from T-mobile. It came with the kindle app  on it. You can download tons of android apps from the android market. I'm not sure if that market is tied to t-mobile, my provider, or not but I don't think so. I have apps like dropbox, where, weatherbug and sudoku as well as kindle which are not just t-mobile apps.
Comment by Jeremy Rinkel on January 14, 2011 at 11:15am
Are you able to download various games and other apps on the Micro Cruz?  I'm looking for something comparable to the iPad, but want to explore the possibility of a Android tablet.  Any suggestions?
Comment by Will DeLamater on January 14, 2011 at 9:22am
Really enjoying the Velocity Micro Cruz Reader. It offers a a lot for around $100. The resistive touch screen takes some getting used to and I would call the handling "stiff" compared to the fluid capacitive touchscreen on the iPad and some other tablets. Read books, take notes, check facts--this device does it all. Checking on video viewing. Will report more later!
 

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