kindle fire hd
Posted: August 09, 2013
by Esther P., Pad & Quill Techster
There's a certain thrill that comes with getting a new tech device, but there's also a learning curve when it comes to figuring out how to use it—which can be frustrating. That's why we've put together these tips for Kindle Fire newbies on how to help you get the most from your device.
1. Nix the ads.
If you've got a nose for a bargain, no doubt you choose the "With Special Offers" version of Amazon's Kindle Fire. Putting up with ads can save you money up front, but if you get fed up with advertisements after a few weeks, luckily there's a way to get rid of them.
The unfortunate part is that you're going to have to crack open your wallet again. Turning off ads will cost you $15. Just log in to your Amazon account, navigate to Manage Your devices, and click "Edit" under Special Offers. From there, you can unsubscribe.
Posted: March 25, 2013Categories: iPad Mini
It used to be that you only had a few choices when it came to choosing an e-reader. With media technology crossing platforms, however, more consumers are using their e-readers for browsing the Internet and using their tablets for reading digital books.
If you're trying to choose between the Kindle Fire HD and the iPad Mini for reading, here are some of the pros and cons of each tablet.
Let's take a look at screen size first. The Kindle Fire HD is available in two screen sizes: 7 inch and 8.9 inch, which gives you a choice depending on how compact you want the device to be or how large you want the reading area to be.
The iPad Mini is available with a 7.9 inch screen size—a happy medium between the two Kindle Fire models.
The choice here depends mostly on your preferences. Would you rather have a smaller device with less room on the screen or a larger device with more screen
Posted: September 26, 2012Categories: PQ News & Announcements, iPhone
We want to start by thanking so many of our customers for the HUGE response to our new cases for iPhone 5. Kari, Brian, Tom, Jeff, Eric, Will, Jill and the rest of our team are thrilled. Thank you for keeping US Bookbindery jobs alive and thriving!
Amazon Folks! We have a new case for the Kindle Fire HD 7! The Fire Keeper has gone through a major improvement to match the greatly improved Kindle Fire HD. We have included our Sure Lock Bumper system on this tablet book cover. Holds your Fire very secure while making the wood frame much stronger. So go ahead and snuggle up for a good read, or prop up on your bed for watching a great flick!
- Hand made in Minneapolis employing traditional bindery techniques
- Smart cover on/off feature
- Covered in onyx black Italian bonded leather cover
- Beautiful satin finished Baltic Birch frame
- Interior lined