What is your favorite ebook reader?
Also, if you do not use a traditional ebook device (if there is even such a thing now) what software do you use and on what device?
I use a Kobo itouch reader. I think it is quite good, although it is only in black and white. It's so much easier to use than old style paper books. It saves a lot of space as well.
I use my iPhone and have a Vizio Vtab as well. While I have read only a few things in this format I really like audiobooks too. They can be "read" to you while driving, working, etc.
by D223145 years ago
Do you use an ebook reader?I've been thinking of getting a kindle lately, and was wondering what people's experiences with them have been?
by Susan Keeping8 years ago
Is there any Ebook reader software for Windows XP that lets you change the orientation of a page?I have a Dell mini and would like to read ebooks like I read a book.
by Kim Kennedy5 years ago
Is it advisable to have an ebook reader before writing an ebook? I've never used one, I'm not sure if that matters. Any advice would be great.
by Susan Keeping7 years ago
I'm debating buying an Ebook reader. I'm torn between the Kobo and the Sony readers. The Kobo is just a basic reader with no extras. The Sony touch offers the ability to bookmark and to underline. Of course, it costs...
by pofdawn5 years ago
What is the best eBook reader I can find that is under $100? Kindle / Nook / etc? Recommendation?
by Flo Belanger6 years ago
Have you ever listened to one? If so, which audiobook would you recommend?
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