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    • Thank you Ann, for this description.  I had no idea they were that useful.  Perhaps a re-think on the kindle, down the road after the mortgage gets renewed.  I've also never owned an ipad.  I hardly use my cell phone so I figure I'd hardly use these types of things.  Perhaps I've been missing out. Still, for the money, there is other stuff I'd use more (photo equipment).
    • Wish I could buy one, but it's still a bit pricey for me ($174 CAD ),  it's mortgage renewal year...rates have tripled since the last renewal 5 yrs ago.  
    • I've always loved to read and at one time I got a monthly delivery of hard back books from The Literary Guild. This would have been maybe 40 years ago! I still have most of them. I read a lot back then... no computer to divert my attention! These days I go in spurts with my reading. I got my first Kindle 13 years ago. It was the Touch that was just for reading. I later got an 8" Kindle Fire. I liked it but found it to be heavy. Then I got a 10" Kindle Fire that I used for 7 years. Last year when I was going to so many appointments and then the hospitalizations, I got my newest Kindle. It has a 6" screen and weighs 6 oz. It is small and light with a long battery life. Since it isn't color, the pages look more like books. More so than the adjustments you can make on a Fire. I will read on the Fire at home but take the smaller one when I go places. It fits better in my purse. I have trouble holding regular books so the Kindle works so much better for me. I use a Pillow Pad ("As Seen On TV") to hold my Kindle. Books don't work on it because of turning pages!  I do also have a tablet with the Kindle app on it. The tablet is used for games but more importantly it is what I use in case of power outages during tornado warnings. My phone screen is too small for me to read anything on the internet. I will take my tablet on my bus trip this fall so I have access to my email that week. Then if I want to play games or read in the downtime during the bus ride I can.
    • I love that cover! I have a 7" with a purple flower design on my cover and a 10" with a kind of dark sky, clouds, and stars cover. It's much easier for me to read on the 10" now, but the 7" is easier to carry with me. 
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