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Best Ebook Reader Gift Ideas

Updated on December 7, 2011

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Looking for the perfect holiday gift for a friend or family member? Then consider giving them the gift that keeps giving back for years. Yes, in this time of technological advances, the ebook reader takes a prime place in the heart of those who love things that make life easier. Ebook Readers are very popular, but not all ebook readers are built the same. Ebook readers have their good and bad points. Did you know that ebook readers eaily hold thousands of your favorite books. It is possible to download thousands of free ebooks off the Internet. Most ebook readers easily fit into a handbag, tote. They only weight a few ounces. Therefore, it is easy to carry the device around. Many readers have 3G technology. They allow you to surf the web, download apps, read email, or watch HD video. Here are a few of the top of the line ereaders.

The Amazon Kindle Touch
Check out the low priced Amazon Kindle Touch and you will certainly not be disappointed. The Amazon Kindle Touch has an impressive touch screen interface and holds up to 3000 books. The Amazon Kindle is no slouch on battery life. The battery charge last up to 2 months. Of course, this depends on how often you use the device.The very compact and light weight device includes wifi for downloading more ebooks. The screen is 6 inches and the device only weighs 7.5 ounces. The Kindle makes the best ebook reader list because it is easy to use and has great battery life.

Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet
The Nook Tablet measures 8.1 inches and weighs 4.1 ounces. This makes the device super easy to grab and take along with you around town. Battery life times in at 11.5 hours and 16 MB internal memory is included to hold ebooks. This unit gets a vote in the best ebook reader category because it includes wifi. Watch HD video, listen to music, and download more apps easily to the Nook Tablet.

Amazon Kindle Fire
People are definitely talking about the Amazon Kindle Fire. You might want to store your laptop or net book away when you start using this device. Grab your Amazon Kindle Fire to surf the Internet, download more apps, read ebooks, or play angry birds. Check out the super easy to navigate touchscreen interface. The Kindle Fire screen is only 7 inches and the device weighs 14.6 ounces.

Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch
Are you on a budget? Then you must definitely check out the Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch eReader. the device has a very intuitive touch screen and there are thousands of books, magazines, and newspapers to download. The wifi enabled Nook Simple Touch only weighs 7.5 ounces. The device has 2 GB of storage. This is enough space for your favorite books. Another point that gives this device top billing is that those who visit any Barnes & Noble Store with the device are able to download and read any book for free.

Sony Reader Wifi
The device has a compact 6 inch screen and weighs in at only 5.9 ounces. The smartly designed device includes wifi and other high end features that are comparable with expensive ebook readers.



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