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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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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