June 13, 2012

A Capacitive Stylus can make using your Touchscreen simple and clean

One of the best things about using a capacitive stylus which works on the iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire,etc is it can make using your Tablet simpler because you can click on small links and buttons on apps, and websites easier because the tip of the stylus is thinner then a finger tip, and you won't have problems with your fingernails interfering with your taping on your Screen with a Stylus.

Plus, if you have shaky hands,  using a stylus can make drawing, writing, and tapping on icons and links on the screen easier.

Using a pen like object like a Stylus also can feel more natural to use then a finger for some people since most people know how to use a pen, and how a pen works.

A Stylus also stops fingerprint marks from showing up on the screen because a capacitive stylus has no fingerprints like your fingers.

A Capacitive Stylus also won't scratch your screen like finger nails, or metal rings you are wearing on your fingers, so your screen will look new even after using your Tablet for years to come.

I have been using a capacitive Stylus for many months on my Tablet for every touchscreen task like taping on apps, drawing, writing, and games, and it works great. I like that I don't have to clean the screen of dust and fingerprints as often anymore.

The longer shaft of the stylus also make reaching icons which are located farther away from my finger a little bit faster.

June 10, 2012

A Case is the Best Accessory for a Tablet or eReader!

A Case like Marware jurni Kindle Fire Case Cover lets you use your Tablet or eReader with out worrying as much on if it is protected from scratches, drops, dirt, liquid when you store it away inside your bag.

A protective case is the best accessory for your Tablet or eReader because it protects your eReader, make it look nicer, and add more functionality to your eReader or Tablet.

A Tablet, and eReader is not cheap, so it is best to buy a case which can fully protect the sides, bottom, and screen when you zip up your case. For less then 30 dollars, you can protect your  Tablet or eReader from most types of damage like scratches, small falls, dirt, and light liquid spills.A case also keeps your devices clean of dust, dirt, light liquid spills, and other things which can damage your eReader or tablet. Also, you don't have to worry about stuff like pencils in your school bags damaging your device. Some cases also have padding on the inside, so your eReader or Tablet can survive higher drops from a table because of the soft padding which protects it.

Tablets and eReaders all look pretty similar, and boring in some cases, but buying a case for it can really improve the look of your device since there are a lot of cool designs for cases like folio cases, zipper cases, and cases with nice pictures on the front.

There are cases for eReader and Tablets which have a hand strap for straping it into your hand to make holding them easier with one hand. More Cases also have a stand attachment which turns your case into an eReader or Tablet case stand which make watching video easier because you don't need to hold your Tablet for hours to watch a movie or read a long eBook. Most cases also have a few pockets, so you can use your case as a pouch to carry paper bills, credit cards, and more in its pockets. There are also cases with a built-in battery to charge your devices, or add more power to power your smartphone, or Tablet. A small light are found on some eReader cases

You can also use your case as a wallet, purse, etc, so you don't need to carry around a seperate bag, purse, etc to protect and carry your eReader or Tablet when you are not using it.

Cases are also easy to use since most just have 4 straps which let you strap your Tablet into easily.

June 6, 2012

Improving Speed Range Performance of your Tablets, Smartphone eReader or Laptop Wireless Wi-Fi signal speed

The Amazon Kindle Fire eReader Tablet has a 802.11N Wireless router, so it is capable of speeds up to 300 Mbps, but if your wireless network and router is not optimized for faster speeds, you might get slower speeds when you connect your Tablet, eReader, or Laptop connects to it.

You can first see if you can optimize your WiFi Router to see if there are any settings on improving your Wireless routers settings. There are settings like Gaming Mode, and Higher strength signal settings to make your router more faster and reliable. Also, make sure your router is located in an open area where there is nothing blocking it, and the antennae is pointing upwards if your router has an external antennae. Make sure your router is not overheating by place it in a well ventilated area in your room. You can try changing your Router's wireless channel to a different channel to see if it helps your speed and reliability. Restarting your router by unplugging it from the wall, and re plugging it in your wall power outlet may improve your routers speed.

You can also set your router or network adapter to Google DNS because Google is one of the fastest and most reliable DNS servers. Your computer use DNS to translate domain name like example.com into IP numbers which is used to communicate with Websites. and are the IP addresses for setting up Google DNS in your DNS settings for your network adapter and Router for improve DNS look up speed.

Watch the video below on how to set up Google DNS in Windows 7 and your Router, so all devices which uses your wireless Router is using Google DNS for faster speed and more reliable DNS lookups.

You can also buy a 802.11N Wireless Router which is faster then 802.11G wireless routers, so you may experience faster internet speeds if your internet provider provides a connection which is faster then 54 MBps, or when you are streaming content locally on your home network.

Using a Wireless Booster can also make your wireless signal reach farther and stronger by boosting the signal.

If you want faster speeds on your laptop, but have a newer 802.11 N Wireless router, but your laptop use 802.11G, 802.11B, or your Wireless adapter is failing then upgrading to 802.11N USB Wireless adapter will give you faster speeds on your wireless network, and possibly improve range if the USB N Wireless Adapter is more well made.

Restarting your Tablet, eReader, Laptop, Desktop, or other device could also restore your speed, range and connection if your problems are related to software, or overheating computer hardware.

Sometimes, it could be your web browser, and apps slowing down your internet experience if you have a desktop, laptop, tablet, or Smartphone which is compatible with Google Chrome which works for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android Ice Cream Sandwich I recommend you try it.

Opera Mini, and Opera Mobile are also good web browsers which has a turbo mode which compresses your internet data, so you download your files faster while saving your bandwidth when you browse the web on tablets, and smartphones.

Dolphin Browser HD, the Default Android Web Browser, Boat Browser and Maxthon for Android are also pretty fast Web browsers for Android.

If you use a desktop, laptop, Windows 7 Tablet, or other Windows device, you should also scan your computer for viruses since they can also slow down your PC internet.

June 5, 2012

Increasing Disk storage to your Tablet, Smartphone, eReader and MP3 player with a MicroSD memory card

A MicroSD memory card is a easy way to add more storage to your eReader Tablet, Tablet, SmartPhone, MP3 player, and other device which accept MicroSD memory cards to add more storage.

MicroSD memory cards also make transferring files between electronics faster, and a lot easier and more convenient then using a USB cable. All you need is an USB external MicroSD Card Reader to move your files to your files from your computer to your MicroSD card to copy and paste files to and from your MicroSD memory card. 

A MicroSD memory card has no moving parts like a hard drive, so a MicroSD card is more likely to not break when dropped on a hard floor surface like wood or rocks.

Another advantage of a MicroSD card is it is removable, so you can take out the memory card, and use a USB MicroSD reader to recover your data to your computer, so if your MP3 player, phone, or tablet becomes broken, you can still recover your files. You can also plug in your MicroSD card into your new Tablet, MP3 player, etc to read your files on the MicroSD card.

I have a MicroSD card inserted on my Kobo Vox's Micro SD memory card slot to add more storage to my 7 inch Kobo Vox color eReader Tablet, so I can carry even more eBooks, music, videos, documents, pictures, and other files to view and playback on a MicroSD card up to 32GB in size on my Vox. This means I have a maximum of 40GB of storage on my Vox if I include the 8GBs of storage which is built-in to my Vox. Having more storage let me carry more files, so I have more files to read, view, and watch even when I'm not connected to the internet. I can also move more files to my MicroSD, so I have more internal memory and SD storage space to install apps, and app add-ons like browser plug-ins to install on my Vox rather then filling all my internal space for music, videos, documents, and app installer files.

June 1, 2012

eReader color Tablets is better then most full-fledge Cheap Budget Tablets!

 The Amazon Kindle Fire, Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet, and Kobo Vox eReader Tablet can be a better choice then a budget full-fledge tablet which cost about the same price range.

The main reasons I think a eReader Tablet is better then Full-Fledge tablets which are in the same price range is because the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet both have dual-core 1GHz CPU, 512MB for the Kindle Fire and 1GB for the Nook Tablet,  and a high resolution capacitive multi-touch screen. The Kobo Vox has a slower single core CPU at 800 MHz. but it has a high resolution screen. The Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, and Vox software and user interface are also optimized for reading compared to a standard Google Android tablet which sometimes is not optimized for a better reading experience because of a lack of eReading apps, and user interfaces which are more optimized for cell phones then 7 inch devices.

The storage for eReader Tablets is usually 8GB or more compared to 2GB-4GB on lowend tablets.

802.11N wireless networking/internet is also found on eReader Tablets instead of 802.11G wireless on budget Tablets which is a lot slower then 802.11N wireless.