Have you been looking for an e-book reader? They are extremely popular these days and there are many products to pick from. This can make it tricky to figure out which one has the features you need. Most of the e-readers in the marketplace are high quality items, so, regardless of which one you choose, you’ll probably be pleased. We’ve outlined three below that are some of the best.
Nook Color: Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color e-reader is both affordable and well designed. Today, you can acquire the Nook Color for about $150. That’s not a bad bargain. And perhaps because of its connection to the country’s largest bookseller, the Nook Color provides a exceptional reading experience. The Nook Color is adept at both prose and graphic display. This makes reading children’s books and graphic novels a pleasure. There’s also several user characteristics that are a joy to use. For example, if you don’t know the definition of a word in that Mark Twain novel you’re reading, just press it. A definition will appear.
The Nook Color has some built-in applications, like the popular music-streaming site, Pandora. And it’s simple to download more applications from the apps store. However, the one criticism most people have is that many of the newer apps are not available for the Nook Color.
Kindle Fire: The Kindle Fire is one of the most popular e-readers available. The display is very clean and easy to read. It also comes with an email client and a web browser, and the price tag is reasonable. It goes for about $200.
The one negative thing people have found with the Kindle Fire is that to modify the volume you have to touch the screen to access the controls.
Kobo e-Reader: While the Kobo e-Reader is not as well-known as the Nook Color or the Kindle Fire, it is not to be forgotten. If reading is your goal, this may be the one you are looking for as it has an incredibly clear display. Additionally, you can change the font style and size to customize it to your liking. Another feature everyone loves is the soft back; they say it feels more like a real book.
At the Kobo store, you can download e-books in an array of formats. The Kobo is particularly good with comic books and other graphics-heavy books. And then there’s this: When the Kobo’s Wi-Fi feature is shut off, the device’s battery life can last for as long as one full month. That’s pretty impressive. The Kobo doesn’t boast all the features of a Nook Color or an Amazon Fire. But for those who want to focus on reading, this e-reader does the job.