Lionel 151 is the best and fastest e-reader for laptops and desktops…

LONDON — If you’re a gadget junkie like me, you may have seen Lionel 151 for sale on Amazon, but its really the e-readers that make it a must-have.

It has a great keyboard, a large screen, and a surprisingly high price tag.

It has a built-in scanner, so you don’t have to go to a hardware store to get one.

It’s also waterproof, and has an IR blaster so you can use it with any smartphone.

And, it has a wide range of games that you can play on your computer or tablet.

Its a fantastic option for people who want a tablet or laptop for work, but don’t want to go back to a traditional PC.

But the real value lies in its versatility.

The company behind Lionel 151, iGap, says it can make use of a variety of devices for both work and play.

Its got an iPad Air 2 running iOS 8.0.3, a laptop with a built in projector, a smartphone with Android 8.1 Jelly Bean, and an iPad mini with a 3.5mm headphone jack.

There’s even a keyboard that can be plugged into your TV, so if you have a TV you can’t use Lionel 151.

It also has an optional webcam, allowing you to take photos or stream videos.

All of this works out to be a really nice little device, and iGadgets has been using Lionel 151 in the UK since it was launched earlier this year.

I had a chance to get my hands on a Lionel 151 this week.

In the UK, Lionel 151 costs around £100 ($144).

You’ll need a £100 Amazon voucher for the £180 ($295) starter kit that comes with a Lionel151, a wireless keyboard, an IR Blaster, and other goodies.

The device is also available in the US, though you’ll need to pay around $600 ($880) for a unit that comes bundled with the Lionel151.

While it is designed for work use, you can also use it for gaming.

You can use Lionel151s screen for full-screen games like Minecraft, Hearthstone, or Overwatch, or for video games like Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

Lionel151 has a 1080p screen that you’re supposed to be able to use for movies.

You’re also able to control it with a physical joystick.

I tested it out in Call of Pripyat with Call of War, and I was able to get the screen to display videos in the middle of a multiplayer game.

Here’s a video I made of how it works: