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Amazon Kindle DX (Graphite) E-Book Reader reviews would be quick to point out that compared to other Kindles and e-book readers, the DX is heavier and bigger. The bigger screen has been justified above, but as for the weight (it weighs close to twice the Kindle 2), the DX is still lighter compared to most books. Textbooks aside, the normal novel is twice heavier than the DX. One could only think the convenience of reading War and Peace or A Suitable Boy in a DX compared to tagging along these books that can double as doorstops. Besides, a DX screen can present at least 2 ½ pages seen in a Kindle 2. This makes page turning less frequent.
In conclusion, is touchscreen necessary or something that you have been waiting for your ebook reader? Nook Touch Ebook Reader Review is something that you should look into if you don’t have an ebook reader yet.
All Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350 E-Book Reader reviews agree that the device’s size since Sony’s introduction of pocket readers is its strongest suit. Weighing only 5.64 ounces, it stands 5.71 inches, is 0.33 inches thick, and is 4.11 inches in width. As with the touch screen, this is definitely a great innovation, considering that this is the third generation of pocket readers by Sony. Compared to touch phones and devices its size, the touch screen of the Sony PRS-350 is not super responsive yet, but compared to its predecessors, the PRS-350 is way improved. The device has an included stylus which can be used whether to highlight text or write notes with (although there is also a virtual keyboard). Compared to previous Sony pocket readers, pages can now be turned with a swipe of a finger. There is also a built-in dictionary that provides definitions when a user taps a word twice. These words are then kept in a log of the tablet.With all this considered, this Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350 E-Book Reader review concludes that there are a number of things to like about this small reader. However, if Sony wants to make this model a real competitor with the big boys of the e-reader market, wireless functionality is of utmost importance.Perhaps the biggest omission in the PRS-350, as most Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350 E-Book Reader reviews note is the absence of connectivity. Considering that the two biggest names in the e-reader business, Barnes & Noble and Amazon have already included WiFi and even 3G capabilities in their readers, the lack of this function in the Sony reader is glaring. Making matters worse is the fact that WiFi is already available to B&N and Amazon e-reader models that that slightly bigger screens and at a lower price.Electronic Readers & Software Limits
All of the eBook readers we reviewed have integrated eBook stores offering thousands of titles. However, there are modest differences between the stores such as how many eBooks each carries and how much the books typically cost. All of our reviewed eBook readers come with a stock 4GB of internal storage, which is sufficient for most home users.Nook Touch Ebook Reader Review is your next Nook Touch Buying Guide. Nook Touch was introduced recently after Nook Color is out in the market. I’d say this is a nice upgrade to Nook 1st edition.This Barnes & Noble Nook (second generation) e-Book reader review will not differ with previous reviews in terms of software because both devices still run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. However, Youtube, Android Market and Gmail are not offered, since the second generation Nook is not a ‘with Google’ reader. It has a fairly basic email app that is a buzz-kill for power users but fairly acceptable for those who want something uncomplicated. The music player is very basic as well.