I have the Kindle Fire HD 7 and consider it the best deal. Will it substitute for any of my computers, even the netbook? Hell no. It is what it is: a media player grafted at the hip to Amazon. But I buy 90% of my stuff from Amazon anyway ... and pretty much %100 of my books, music and movies ... the rest is hardware, housewares, and miscellany. And with Amazon Prime, you get a LOT for free movies, books, free to borrow/cheap to buy stuff ... making it very much worth the annual fee. Some people love the iPad. Others do not like it. Most people like whatever tablet they have "well enough," but the initial adoration has dropped away as people have discovered the limitations of the product. As long as you know what you want to do with it, whatever you buy will no doubt find a slot in your world. Just don't expect it to do everything. It won't. Just get something that will do what YOU want to do. Which is exactly why I love my Kindle!!
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