Sony Reader Wi-Fi announced

by Edwin

Sony has just announced their latest entry into the world of e-book readers, what with the Sony Reader Wi-Fi – and if you are a natural fan of model numbers, you can always call it the PRS-T1. This is touted to be the lightest touch screen 6″ eReader device in the market and to date, where it claims to deliver the most natural and immersive reading experience yet for book …

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Kobo eReader Touch Edition now available at Borders

by Edwin

Looking for a new e-book reader to usher in a new revolution at home so that you need not purchase new Billy bookcases from Ikea? Why, getting an e-book reader is the easy part, but choosing the correct one does take more effort than usual. After all, there are quite a few players out there in the market, so to pick up the Kobo eReader Touch Edition from the crowd …

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Kobo’s Announces the New Touchscreen E-reader

by Mark R

I’m still not on the e-reader train just yet, but Kobo has just announced their new Touchscreen e-Reader. I have reviewed enough e-readers to know that most of them are pretty much alike, but what makes this Kobo one interesting is that it has a touchscreen, and it is affordable. I will get to the price in a moment, but it has the same Pearl display that is on the …

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Interested in a new eReader, check out this Comparison Report

by Al

If you’re looking to buy a new eReader our friends over at Gizmos for Geeks have put together a great report listing the pros and cons of the most popular eReaders currently on the market. Each reader is compared based on price, battery life, dimensions, supported formats and much more. The most popular readers are: Amazon Kindle Barnes and Noble’s NOOK Kobo eReader from Borders Sony Reader Digital Book Apple …

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Samsung Galaxy Tab has pretty high return rates

by Edwin

Isn’t it a wonder what good marketing can do for you? That is what’s happening with the Samsung Galaxy Tab after the real story breaks cover, where the return rates of this Android-powered tablet device is far higher than that of its main rival, the Apple iPad. We’re talking about a Wall Street firm estimating that around 15% of the Galaxy Tabs sold are actually returned, which is nearly 700% …

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iriver Story HD e-book reader

by Edwin

Are e-book readers going the way of high definition? That certainly looks like it, if the naming convention of the iriver Story HD ebook reader is anything to go by. Well, this is meant to help you pass time through long flights as well as other moments of commute, where it also holds the distinction of bringing yet another first to the world – we’re talking about it being the …

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Diving into the Kindle 3’s alternate features

by James

The Kindle 3 was one of the hottest selling ebook readers of the holiday season. And for reading books, there’s really nothing better to curl up on a cold winter day next to the fire. But not many know that the Kindle has other useful features which may turn this eBook reader into a serious internet device.

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Kno ships tablets to students at last

by Edwin

Do you know Kno? OK, so reading that aloud might sound a little bit weird at first, but if you haven’t heard about Kno, then this is the company that has come up with a new educational tablet, hoping students will pick it up instead of lugging around heavy textbooks and giving their shoulders a nice workout. The company has just announced that they will start to ship its highly …

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