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Friday, November 23, 2012
E-reader or Tablet? How to Choose via @chelsealibrary #michlit #library #michigan
E-reader or Tablet? How to Choose
Thinking of buying a Nook or Kindle for someone on your holiday shopping list? With many new devices on the market, dropping prices and increasing availability of downloadable books, e-readers and tablets are expected to be popular gifts again this season.
Take some of the confusion out of your shopping experience by learning about available models.
If you plan on reading magazines and newspapers, browsing the Web, prefer multimedia (music, audiobooks, video), and can't live without the Internet, a tablet is for you. Choose from multi-function devices such as the Kindle Fire HD ($199), the Nook Tablet HD ($199), the Google Nexus ($199) or the iPad ($499).
Above costs are starting prices that can vary with options such as ads, connectivity (Wi-Fi vs. 3G) and other accessories such as power adapters, covers and warranties.
Join experts from Ann Arbor Cooksas they share some of their secrets to a healthy holiday! Maple Apple Pecan Bread Pudding (vegan); Fresh Cranberry and Dark Chocolate Bark with Almonds (gluten-free, full of antioxidants); Chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies (vegan).
Ann Arbor Cooks is a recreational cooking school specializing in hands-on, participatory classes for all levels of aspiring cooks. The Ann Arbor Cooks mission is simple: cook thoughtful and seasonally-inspired food, provide a technical foundation on which to build kitchen confidence, and most of all, put fun back into the kitchen!
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