First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
eBook reader comparison guide: Nook Colour vs. Amazon Kindle vs. Apple iPad
- — 17 January, 2011 11:51
eBooks are electronic devices that display text and other media on portable digital displays. They make ideal companions for avid readers, with the ability to store thousands of books, documents and comics at one time. There are lots of eBook readers available from a variety of vendors, ranging from entry-level models (such as the Kogan eBook Reader) to touchcreen editions (like the Sony Reader PRS-600). If expense is no option, the following three eBook readers are among the best on the market.
Need more information? Before you buy an Amazon Kindle, Apple iPad or Sony reader check out our eBook buying guide to find out which features you should compare.
To read our full, in-depth review of each eBook reader, click on the accompanying photo.
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Barnes & Noble's NookColor succeeds in combining much of the readability of the E-Ink based e-readers with the speed, customisation, and graphical advantages of the LCD-based e-reading apps on competing touch screen devices, phone or tablet. And at US$249, NookColor even has limited viability as a reasonably priced, contract-free tablet for those who prize reading and Web surfing above playing games and downloading apps.
- Review Date:
- 6th Dec., 2010
- Melissa J. Perenson
- Barnes and Noble
- $ 249.00