Galaxy in palm of your hand

The Queensland Times - - Special Feature -

A TABLET is the ul­ti­mate tech de­vice. It’s big enough to act as a sub­sti­tute for your bulky lap­top but small enough to sit com­fort­ably in your hand while you’re re­lax­ing on the couch, on a plane or in a doc­tor’s wait­ing room.

A tablet and QT dig­i­tal ac­cess is the per­fect com­bi­na­tion for stay­ing up-to date with the lat­est news. But there’s also so much more you can do on your tablet. Here are five sug­ges­tions.

1. Watch a movie.

The Sam­sung Galaxy Tab A’s eight-inch screen means you have a por­ta­ble mini-movie screen wher­ever you go. The widescreen dis­play’s blue-light fil­ter helps to bal­ance bright­ness, even when out­side.

2. Read a book.

Load up your tablet with your favourite books so they’re easy to ac­cess when­ever you have a few min­utes of read­ing time.

3. Plan a hol­i­day.

Re­search your next trip from the com­fort of your couch on your tablet. And when your trip ar­rives, make sure your tablet is one of the first things you pack. You won’t even need to pack a sep­a­rate cam­era – the Sam­sung Galaxy Tab A’s 5MP front cam­era and en­hanced rear cam­era mean you’re cov­ered for great hol­i­day snaps.

4. Play games.

Trans­form your tablet into a por­ta­ble gam­ing de­vice and be oc­cu­pied for hours.

5. Read a magazine.

You can also re­deem your dig­i­tal ac­cess to The Courier-Mail+ or The Daily Tele­graph+ to get ac­cess to ex­clu­sive of­fers and re­wards through their +Re­wards pro­gram. Through +Re­wards you can en­joy a 12-month dig­i­tal magazine sub­scrip­tion. Your tablet al­lows you to flick through the pages just as you would a hard copy.

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