YOU are never alone with an eBook reader
. This has become my comfort blanket in a modern world that has too many distractions.
The smell of an old book, the feel of its hardback cover in your hands, and the thrill of reading it for the sake of pleasure these are the things an eBook reader
could never compensate for.
The viewer is a browser-based ebook reader
for desktops or laptops as well as tablets.
Why do I even need an eBook reader
? 'I have an app for that on my smartphone.' 'I prefer paper books to eBooks.' 'I have enough devices sucking power at home.
Probably the biggest problem with just relying on an eBook reader
like the Kindle is the lack of comfort and feel that one gets from holding a real book, and being able to carry it under one's armpit or in a bag.
And frankly there aren't many devices to choose from if you're thinking of purchasing an ebook reader
In December of last year, research firm IHS iSuppli concluded the (http://www.isuppli.com/Home-and-Consumer-Electronics/MarketWatch/Pages/Ebook-Readers-They-Came-They-Saw-They-Vanished.aspx) death of the ereader was imminent : "Current forecasts show the ebook reader
market as having already reached its peak of just over 20 million units shipping in 2011, with a decline to barely 7 million in the 2015-2016 timeframe."
This book will not help you choose an ebook reader
or a vendor, but it will help you understand the overall marketplace, particularly in terms of public libraries, at least as it existed when the book was written.
Be well red Sony PRS-T2 eBook Reader
PS110 from www.pixmania.co.uk For some colourful reading material, this nifty little red number from Sony is likely to impress with its attractive casing.
Sony PRS-T2 eBook Reader
PS119 www.sony.co.uk FOR some colourful reading material, this little red number from Sony is likely to impress with its attractive casing.
"With its intuitive interface and rich display, the BlackBerry Q10 provides users of the Ketabi eBook reader
with an enriched experience.
This argument makes more sense when discussing a Kindle or similar ebook reader
, but doesn't seem to take into consideration the availability of apps for tablet devices that offer the user much more than the opportunity to read.