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I dont understand all the negative reviews. This tablet is awesome. Ordered mine on December 18th, and I received it today. The screen is beautiful! The tablet looks very cool. The spun metallic look is sweet. I didnt notice many changes after updating to Android 3.2.1, but things seem to be working well. I haven't had any issues with the wifi.
Watching soccer on ESPN3 is so cool. I did notice that the video seemed jittery at times even though I had 4 bars. Maybe it's a Flash issue. I did have to install the Flash 11 update and reboot before ESPN3 would work.
UPDATE: the Dolphin browser works great for streaming ESPN3.
UPDATE: Using Splashtop remote (app included under MyCloud > MyDesktop) to stream ESPN3 from my PC works great! Streaming HDTV shows that I have recorded also works well. The quality is not perfect, but convenience is great. I use Windows Media Center, an antenna, and the AverTVHD USB TV tuner to record HDTV shows from local stations AVerMedia AVerTVHD Volar MAX USB TV Tuner MTVHDVMXR. Works great!
Shadowgun is definitely an impressive game for a tablet.
The onscreen keyboard seems a little slow, but I assume there is some setting that may fix that, or perhaps downloading a different keyboard. I ordered the Transformer keyboard dock anyway.
Using Gmail and browsing is great!
In HIGH FIVE, the fifth in the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich, Stephanie hits a new high in dysfunctionality when it comes to men.
Plum is a klutzy bond enforcement agent, i.e. bounty hunter, working for bail bondsman and sleazy cousin, Vinnie, in Trenton, NJ. In this book, Stephanie's official assignment takes back seat to a family request to find Uncle Fred, who's disappeared. But what's with the photos Uncle Mabel found in Fred's desk of a plastic garbage bag containing a dismembered body? Photography wasn't Fred's hobby.
In HIGH FIVE, Plum is beset with Briggs, Bunchy, Ramirez, Morelli, and Ranger. And that's just for starters. Briggs is a midget that becomes Plum's unwelcome houseguest after the latter's zeal for fugitive apprehension results in an unfortunate incident. The mysterious Bunchy also wants to find Fred, and is following Stephanie around. Ramirez, a psycho rapist that Plum helped put away in book one, is now back on the streets and wants revenge.
But the real core of the novel is Stephanie's lack of a sex life - a condition that's now reaching the critical stage. Plum has prurient yearnings for Joe Morelli, a distant relative and Trenton undercover cop - that is, when she's not hating his guts for being totally exasperating in the way males often are. After all, twelve years ago he did take her virginity behind the eclair counter of the pastry shop in which she was working. Then there's Ranger, the Cuban-American, bounty hunter extraordinaire who's Stephanie's sometime mentor and now, to her distraction, the occasional stud muffin of her fevered dreams. Our heroine has a yen for Bad Boys, and both Morelli and Ranger can be that, especially when they dress in black.
As one would expect in a continuing series, the author must ratchet up the wackiness of Stephanie's life a notch with each succeeding volume. Through the first five books, she's managed to do this without stretching my credulity beyond the breaking point. Plum is just one of those girls with excruciatingly bad karma. I'm beginning to anticipate, though, a plot where Evanovich tries too hard. We'll see, because I intend to read all of the series - 5 more installments as of this review.
At the conclusion of HIGH FIVE, Stephanie succumbs to the need for a night of lovin', writes the names of Morelli and Ranger on separate pieces of paper, mixes them in a bowl, closes her eyes and picks one, summons the winner after showing his name to her pet hamster Rex, puts on a killer-sexy black dress, and waits for her man of the night to arrive. The reader won't know who got lucky until it's revealed in the prologue of HOT SIX. Rex and I know, but we're not telling.
If a Stephanie Plum book was to be made into a film, Sandra Bullock would be absolutely perfect in the title role.
The best mystery I've read in a long time. There were many surprising plot twists, but all were plausible and well-done. But the most fascinating part of the boo in my mind is Flynn's dissection of popular concepts of long-term relationships. I don't want to include any spoilers, so I'll say no more. I like Natalie's review a lot, though, so if you haven't read this yet and want more detail, see: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show....