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I am not surprised to see reading as one of the favored uses for small-medium tablets. I probably spend more than 90% of my time on my N7 reading - the main use I bought the thing in the first place, with a secondary reason being for use as a WiFi VoIP phone.
 

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Am I the only one finding the smartphone thing boring? I have several from different brands from Blackberry, Android and iOS and I still spend 10x as much time in front of my computer when I'm at home. No time to play when I'm at work so I don't use them much there.
 

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I wonder how you use the term reading. Is that reading books? I am a Mormon and I use an LDS App that lets me access the bible and other religious texts, class manuals, church magazines, conference talks, hymn books, videos, etc. Our church is trying to encourage people to use phones and tablets to keep from printing class materials. It also means you don't have to carry all that around.
 
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