While most tablets have a shelf life longer than six months (*cough* iPad 3 *cough*), they all grow obsolete eventually. When the march of technology sends your slate to the junk drawer don’t just sell it off. Recycle it into a high-powered specialist device.
A Dedicated E-reader
Why shell out $80 for a Kindle when you have a perfectly decent legacy iPad or first-gen Kindle Fire—just gathering dust? It might not be as light as Amazon’s E-ink offering, but the iPad’s bigger, brighter screen and beefier processor make it a viable alternative to keeping a clutter of books on your coffee table. Simply install your preferred reading app—iBooks, Newsstand, Nook, Flipboard, and the Kindle, for example—lock your screen orientation in portrait, and curl up with your ebook. Read More ….
BY: Andrew Tarantola