Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Tablet Computers: This Year’s Must-Have
Did you find a tablet under your Christmas tree? If you did, you know there’s more to them than meets the eye. There are so many functions that you are performing on a laptop or desk computer that can be done just as easily from a tablet. You can read books, watch TV and movies, listen to music, surf the web, and create documents.
Proper training will help you get the most out of your tablet. Whether it was a Kindle, Samsung, HP or Ipad, we can show you how to get the most from your device.
The library has several very good resources in our collection to help you:
Android Tablets for Dummies by Dan Gookin
Android Tablets in Easy Steps by Nick Vandome
Galaxy Tab: The Missing Manual by Preston Gralla
iPad & iPad Mini: Absolute Beginners Guide by James F. Kelly
Kindle Fire HDX for Dummies by Steve Weber
Kindle Fire Owners’ Manual by Steve Weber
My Samsung Galaxy Note 3 by Craig Johnston
Tablet PCs in Easy Steps by Michael Price
Teach Yourself Visually Android Phones & Tablets by Guy Hart-Davis
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