They are both very similar in price and capabilities. The new super kindle and the new version of the Nook will both be out very soon and I hear the pricing for both will be below $200. Personally I will go with the super kindle...only because I am more familiar with the kindle than the nook. Either one will be a good choice. It's really hard to place one over the other...they are both good machines. Sorry I guess I wasn't very definitive.
iPad. One daughter has a Nook, the other a Kindle and while they look different--they offer the same benefits. I like my iPad for the same thing and it has more storage space.
by M. T. Dremer 8 years ago
To some people this question might seem like a no-brainer. Of course I want my book on an eReader like Kindle and Nook. It's the future of books and it would get me the greatest exposure. I must admit that I never really thought about the effects of distributing books digitally until I met Sherman...
by milesofjazz 7 years ago
Do you think electronic readers (Kindle, Nook) will eventually replace physical books?
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Can you publish your ebook on Kindle and Nook?
by Writerly Yours 5 years ago
Nook color or Kindle? Explain.I own a Nook Color and have friends that own Kindles. What do you own and why? Was it a gift?
by weirdo 6 years ago
Any alternative of amazon kindle for e book readers?
by tksensei 8 years ago
Does anyone have one of those things like the Kindle? If so, how are they?
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