Designed as a dedicated E-Reader, Amazon Kindle has gotten good feedback from customers. Over all it is a solid E-Reader although there are some factors that might still needs to be improved.
In general, the Kindle is a good e-ink based reader with Wi-Fi. It offers access to the best in its class e-book ecosystem of Amazon in a simple, clean-looking package. Its memory has been doubled to 4GB. The processor is a bit zippier, too.
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The Nook Glow Light is an excellent e-Reader to consider for a book lover like you. Barnes & Noble’s 6-inch e-ink e-Reader has the same shape as the earlier Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight. Its off-white housing has a rubberized gray trim around its border. You could have a good grip on the device because of the silicone rim; it also aims to protect the device in the event that you drop it.
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Setting a high standard for competition among e-book readers is Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. In terms of readability, convenience and content access, it is no doubt that Paperwhite is a sure favorite.
As to readability: E-ink, improves readability by reducing glare and improving contrast.
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It is probably not a name that one would readily recognize when it comes to the choices for E-Readers. But Kobo Glo is also worth your consideration as your E-reader of choice.
Kobo Glo is WiFi enabled E-Reader. It has an impressive front-lit, high resolution e-ink display with a touch-screen. It allows additional memory as it has expansion slot for SD cards. It supports E-Pub files and compatible with any e-book store that uses the Adobe DRM format.
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It is 2015 a new generation of e-readers is entering the market. Here are some top picks for you to consider.
Kindle Voyage: Best Over All
The Voyage is the best e-reader Amazon has to offer. It is a touchscreen device with the best resolution and contrast to date. It has improved built-in lighting, a flush glass front and dedicated page-turn buttons.
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Gone are the days when the eBook reader market was cornered by Amazon. Before Amazon had a virtual monopoly since it was the only product on the market. Even when other readers came out Amazon made sure it could control the market by making many authors sign exclusive contracts with them.
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When the iPad first came out it was marketed as a crossbreed between a reader, like the Kindle, and a laptop. It was an attempt to combine the best features of both devices.
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This is one of the oldest debates in consumer electronics. E-readers are dedicated devices for reading e-Books while Tablets are essentially a cross-breed between a smartphone and a laptop. For tablets, their ability to function as e-Readers is an added bonus. I could go on and on about the comparison between the two sets of products. But for today I will focus on one particular aspect namely which of the two is better for reading and protecting your eyes.
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