Wednesday, June 19, 2013
eReader reviews are the best way to get some back ground knowledge about eReaders generally, this information that you get from the reviews can be used to help you make better decision when choosing the best possible device. We hope you find our comparisons useful.
What does an eReader do?
If you haven’t heard of an eReader yet here is what it does in a nutshell – they allow the user to download information to a small digital device, which is usually on average the same size as a paper back book.
An eReader can in most cases store over 100 books on its memory, which means it will save you a whole lot of space. They are usually designed in such a way it feels like you are actually reading a book and they often don’t have the same problems with glare as a computer screen.
Here are some brief eReader reviews of the most popular devices on the market.
The Kindle 3 by Amazon
You will find many reviews on this device, the kindle is Amazons own brand of eReader and it is only natural that they would create one, considering they supply loads of book titles. Take a look at the kindle range here <<<<<
You will find from countless sources the great reviews the Kindle (s) are getting. They come with 6 inch screens generally although there is a 9.7 inch screen model called the Kindle dx. You can choose a model with wifi, 3G or both with some models. You can also download where ever you may be with its 3G and wireless connectivity model. You are not contracted and you will feel like you are reading a piece of paper with its e-link technology!
Pros: They have good size dimensions, and its response time makes it very reader friendly, and the 3g versions make it easy to access books anywhere in the world.
Cons: The internet access with the Wi-Fi can be slow depending on the internet portal it is accessing, Wi-Fi spots are sometimes limited. PDF’ Functionality is basic, can be a bit slow.
The Verdict: Kindle has created the top eReader, it easy to operate and is considered the best quality by loads of people.
The Nook by Barnes and Noble
This is also a very popular reader, again just like amazon Barnes and Nobles are a huge book supplier, only second to Amazon. A striking thing about the Nook is its E INK(r) display, which makes your reading experience very satisfying on your eyes. Take a look at the Nook Here <<<<<
You will find that it has anti glare capabilities and doesn’t have a back light. It is also possible to change the font size, you can also read for hours as it has a memory that is 2GB in size which store 1,500 books and also newspapers and Magazines.
Pros: The use of 3G and Wi-Fi allows you to download books very quickly. It has the fastest pages turns, and is the most responsive.
Cons: It has no webs browser.
The Verdict: Because of its ability to download wirelessly and its use of the android operating system it is a great candidate to be the best eReader.
The Digital Reader by Sony
This electronic reader is one of the least expensive that you can find. This may be a good thing, it depends. The Sony reader will allow you to view a number of documents from, PDF’s, RTF and also any Microsoft files. The memory is not to big as it is only 512MB, which means it can only store 350 books. Take a look at the Sony e-reader here <<<<<
Pros: Sonys Touch Edition PRS-650BC is light weight, and remains comfortable, even when used for hours. Best at handling PDF’s.
Cons: It doesn’t have as much content as some of the other eReaders that you will find.
The Verdict: It is easy to operate and has a simple design also.