May 162012
 
Kindle Reader

Features a E Ink display currently the closest electronic equivalent of paper, ideal for textual and long duration reading.
Can be held in one hand like a paper back book, without tiring.
Largest collection of eBooks.
Can be read outdoors in bright sunlight.
Difficult text entry, eg annotation, using single navigator button.
When dark need a Kindle reading light, or a Kindle cover with a built in light.
Not suitable for books with color or interactive content.

If compact size is important for you then this Kindle is the one to get. Also consider getting the Ads supported version – the ads aren’t obtrusive and the Kindle price is $30 cheaper. The low price point of the Kindle, combined with its very light and compact form, also makes it a candidate for the first eReader for kids and adults alike. Just make sure that you get a good quality Kindle cover or case for it. A Kindle cover will also make it more comfortable to hold the device when reading, but will not provide as much protection as fully enclosing it in a Kindle case. Read Kindle Reader Review. Price $79. Check Latest Price.

May 112012
 
iPad 3rd Generation

Suitable for all types of books: textual, color and interactive.
Largest collection of eBooks, accessed by installing free Kindle app.
Large display is ideal for displaying complex PDF and magazine content.
Easy touch interface for text entry, eg annotation.
Self-illuminating, do not need reading light in a dark environment.
Not as light as dedicated ereaders but multifunctional may replace other gadgets.
Difficult to read outdoors in sunlight.
Difficult to hold in one hand for long periods, may require a iPad cover with stand.
Back lit display not ideal for long duration readers.

Many reviewers have rated the iPad 3 as the best tablet ever seen. The display, the 4G performance, and the iOS in general is certainly impressive. It will ideally suit a user whose eBooks have a high degree of multi-media content (e.g. interactivity and videos), or complex page layout (e.g. magazines or text books with graphic images). The large display size is ideal for such applications. Price $499. Read iPad Tablet Reviews.

May 242011
 
Nook Simple Touch Reader

Features the latest e-ink screen technology offering the closest experiance of reading on paper, and so ideal for textual and long duration reading.
Can be held in one hand like a paper back book, without tiring.
Can be read outdoors in bright sunlight.
Easy touch interface for text entry, eg annotation.
When dark need a reading light, or a light built into the Nook cover.
Not suitable for books with color or interactive content.

The new NOOK Simple Touch Reader has a touchscreen sunlight readable dispay, available in charcoal grey color, weighs 7.5oz making it 35% lighter than the original NOOK, has Wifi, a claimed battery life of up to 2 months depending upon usage, and is 15% thinner than the original NOOK.
Price $79. Read Nook Simple Touch Reviews.

Jul 292010
 
Kindle Keyboard

Feature the latest E Ink display, currently the closest electronic substitute for paper, and ideal for textual and long duration reading.
Can be held in one hand like a paper back book, without tiring.
Largest collection of eBooks.
Can be read outdoors in bright sunlight.
Easy keyboard interface for text entry, eg annotation.
When dark will need a Kindle reading light, or a light built into the Kindle Keyboard cover.
Not suitable for books with color or interactive content.
The Kindle 3G still offers free 3G, useful for checking your emails and browsing the web, and is equipped with the latest Pearl E Ink technology. Reflecting this the price of the Kindle 3G is now back to the level on the launch date, with the WiFi-only priced at $139 and Kindle free 3G + WiFi priced at $189. Still good value for those who can make use of the free internet access. Read Kindle Keyboard Review. Price $139. Check Latest Price.

May 072012
 
Nook Tablet

Easy touch interface for text entry, eg annotation.
Self-illuminating, do not need reading light in a dark environment.
Suitable for all types of books: textual, color and interactive.
Lightest weight tablet, with longest battery life.
Difficult to read outdoors in sunlight.
Difficult to hold in one hand for long periods, may require a Nook Tablet cover with stand.
Back lit display not ideal for long duration readers.

The absense of a camera, GPS, or Bluetooth may disappoint the casual reader. But for dedicated readers, none of these features are essential for its primary intended purpose: reading interactive multimedia books. In fact their absense helps to the make Nook Tablet the lightest weight Tablet with a 7 inch screen and has the longest battery life. The Nook Tablet is probably the best Readers Tablet currently available.
Price $249. Read more Nook Tablet reviews.

Dec 222011
 

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