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Thread: Is there too much choice and too much new technology?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deebee View Post
    I used to be an avid reader,but as my sight deteriorates I find it a chore these days
    for this reason only I am considering a kindle (or something similar)
    however, I am not keen on new technology and each phone I have had has taken me years to know how to do stuff (as long as I know how to make an receive a call)
    I still have not yet tried using my dragon software and have had it months now,
    get the basic kindle black and white, cheaper and very easy to use.

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    Tesco's own 'Hudl' TABLET computer weighs in at just £119.99 and is an HD screen, Wifi enabled, 16GB, 1.5GHZ processing Android bundle of joy... 'Uncle' Rory from the BBC has been round to REVIEW :-

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24203271
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    thanks for that ricos, might ask my children to club together for it for xmas or my b/day

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    Senior Member deebee's Avatar
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    ah, was looking at an ad for the hudl the other day

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    I'm a bit late for this thread but just wanted to say how much I love my e reader.
    I had the problem of physical books making my eyes itch, but now with my Kobo I can read to my hearts content.
    I love nothing better than to sit in my garden with my book reader and a cappuccino.

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