Now you have found this particular article, I hope I can help you with the question that you have posed. Firstly, it’s not as simple as the question suggests, so what I will do is take two very different e-reader devices and compare them in a general way first. This will help you to narrow down the field and help you actually choose from the right category of e-book reader device rather than make an expensive mistake.
Below I have listed a few features of two of the most popular electronic reading devices so you can get more of an idea of what to expect.
First up is the Kindle 3
- It has the very latest e-Ink technology (looks like real print) Gives very crisp and dark contrast, makes it easy to read Non-reflective screen makes it a joy to read in the brightest of sunshine The whole unit is small and supremely transportable Weighs so little, even less than the paperback you are used to Thin as a pencil yet can store 3500 books/newspapers/magazines or documents Battery life good for a mission to the moon at 30 days Kindle will read to you when you get tired Wi-Fi and PDF built in Complete with keyboard annotate books/documents Download a book in 60 secs
- This has a much larger display at 9.7 inches Full colour backlit touch-screen technology Up to 64GB memory capacity (optional) Built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Battery life of a very reasonable 10 hours Play games on it with tilt and touch-screen Read books magazines and newspapers Watch a movie View full colour HD pictures Surf the internet If you like Apps, then this is where it’s at Very comprehensive, good looking quality device
These two electronic reader devices do not really compete with each other. Continue reading Best Ebook Reader – Which One?