April 13, 2012

Video on Kobo Vox eBooks, Video playback, web browsing, games, Apps

I made a video on how the Kobo Vox eReader Tablet performs as a color eBook reader, portable video media player, web browsing, and casual gaming.

I been using the Kobo Vox to use as my source for entertainment and information for a few months by using it to read ebooks, play video, browse the web, and play games.

I enjoy using the Kobo Vox because it is portable, and a fast tablet for under 200 dollars. The battery life also pretty good at up to 7 hours when reading eBooks. The Vox's storage space is also easy to upgrade by just inserting an empty MicroSD card up to 32GB in space.

The 7 inch 1024 x 600 resolution screen is also displays HD online streaming and offline video great, and I can watch it outside because the Vox has a FFS coating which makes it easier to view outside with less glare, and reflection.

The Vox can also go online with 802.11N wireless connected to a wifi wireless router or hotspot. This means you can use the Vox all over your house, at the coffee shop, the library and outdoor places with Wi-Fi.

The Kobo Vox also starts up quickly in under 3 seconds from sleep, and in about 45 seconds when starting up from power off mode. This means you can start reading your favorite eBook, video, game, apps in seconds rather then minutes like traditional PCs, and laptops which can take minutes to boot.

The Vox let you read, watch, and listen to media easily, and conveniently anytime you want.

I been using the Vox for over 4 months, and it works greats for my needs which are ebooks, video, music, web browsing, e-mail, apps, games, contacts, and text chat.

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