I have only read 2 books on my TPT mainly because I have a Nook Simple Touch and reading on an e-ink screen is far easier on my eyes.
Hehe, that's exactly the same e-reader I have.
I upgraded from a 1st-gen Nook to that. And drat B&N, they just came out with another model to tempt me to upgrade again...
Other than that I really enjoy using my TPT it gets used on a nearly daily basis, I think it is a wonderful device.
That's good to hear. Luckily for me my expectations are probably not as high as some others because A) I only paid $310 delivered for it, and B) I have no illusions that it will replace my e-reader or my laptops. It probably also helps that I have little interest in using it for watching movies or listening to music either.
Re: my earlier comment about the congested 2.4Ghz spectrum around here, anecdote: I was working on setting up a new WAP for my network yesterday. In the process I needed a tool to get a better idea of the WiFi environment because I haven't installed AccessConnections on this Win7 LT yet, and the built-in Win7 WiFi tool doesn't even tell you what channel/freq the visible WAPs are broadcasting on. So I installed Nir Sofer's outstanding free "WirelessNetView" tool.
Are you ready for this? I have around 500 (that's FIVE HUNDRED
) detectable WiFi signals here at my house.
Good grief! No wonder I've had signal quality/disconnect problems with my 2.4Ghz WAPs here for so long.
(I knew there were a lot of 'em, but the built-in or ThinkVantage tools would typically only show something like 50-60 of the stronger ones that didn't have blank SSIDs. I live across the street from a university and they have a bunch of meshed WAPs, many of which don't have SSIDs, and many of which have very low signal strength at this location)