I actually sell android tablet Pc's. If your focus is the screen, I would have
to say that the Samsung Galaxy has the best screen. It is brighter than any
other. Second would be the Asus Transformer Prime, this tablet is at this point
the most powerfull as it has a quad core system and is very responsive. Be
aware, though that Samsung is producing the super amoled screens and it is
thought that the next generation of the Ipad is supposed to have this type of
screen. If that is true it will be hard to beat.
Sorry to geek out there for a minute.
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2012 11:54:00 -0500
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [HD] Irish Tune sources
> Thank for this great resource of celtic session tunes. Lots of new ones for
> me to learn. If I get to Charlotte, I'll try to attend one of your sessions.
> And, I think a tablet of pdfs would be a lot better than notebooks of music.
> Do you recommend one tablet computer over another? I guess size of the
> screen and ease of use would be the determining factors.
> On Mar 3, 2012, at 10:09 AM, Theresa Gebauer wrote:
> > Thanks Peter for your link to Mike Long’s King Street session book. We
> > promptly added it to our collection of resources.
> > Since thoughts of music in March turns to Irish music here is the link
> > to our Celtic session playlist which includes PDF’s of the tunes our group
> > plays. Be aware, we also include some Scottish, Cape Breton and Shetland
> > tunes but most are Irish.
> > http://www.folksociety.org/celticsession.shtml
> > For players new to Irish music, we grouped our tune list with a, b, c.
> > a tunes are ones we decided are easier to learn and very common. Players
> > wanting to expand their repertoire can look for tunes b – d.
> > I recently got a small tablet computer and my husband put PDF’s of our
> > regular session tunes on that. If I want I can pull up tunes I have not
> > yet learned and play chords. No carrying notebooks anymore.
> > One guitar player uses his ipad online to pull up our web site and list
> > the tune sets we play for his chords.
> > Our Celtic session take place in Charlotte, NC. We are a welcoming
> > open group. We do accommodate music readers by playing pre-determined sets
> > of tunes. Any other open Irish sessions in Charlotte we start a tune,
> > about three times through someone calls a key and we have to listen and
> > jump to the next tune. Both approaches have advantages and disadvantages.
> > theresa
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