Learning How to Use My New Tablet and Other Things
This morning I decided to write an article about a couple of ingredients that I cooked before adding eggs to the mixture. I found my camera but when I tried to take a picture or two I was informed that I needed to charge the battery. Then I got out my new Verizon Ellipses tablet and took a couple of pictures with that instead. After I got the cord to plug it into my computer I discovered that I couldn't upload it as easily as I can anything else I use for pictures.
It could be because I need a different type of picture player to view pictures taken on there, but it didn't begin to automatically upload to my computer like it does on other devices that I own. I decided to put that article on hold and write about the tablet itself. Luckily, a few days ago when I first brought it home I took a couple of pictures of the face of the tablet with that same camera. I removed the SD card to put the images taken into a collage for this article.
I did download the manual to my computer last night, but I've yet to read through the camera portion of the manual to see how to upload pictures or videos to my computer.
For those that have wondered about purchasing these before, they are supposed to be very similar to a Samsung tablet. This is the Ellipsis 8. This week, in honor of Father's Day you can get one for only $30.00, but it might be when you sign up for a two year plan with new phones. That is something my two daughters did last week. When they found out they could get the tablet for thirty dollars and then ten dollars per month to use Verizon's umbrella (or whatever that is called), they thought of getting it for me. Problem is, none of us have an excess of funds. So, I told them I'd purchase it myself, but I had to go with the daughter that took the service under her name.
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