Thursday, March 08, 2007

Ebook Readers

Anyone out there have one of these? With my e-book collection growing by leaps and bounds every Tuesday (and Wed & Thurs) I'm thinking about buying one. Any suggestions for which brand is best or easiest to use? At this point, I have no idea how they even work, so any suggestions would he helpful.


DebbieS said...

still using my Tungsten E for the moment, but since my new laptop is small, I use that on my lap infront of the tv.

I have a formal request in for hubby to design a 'paperback sized, backlit, able to read every format, in colour, trendy' ereader.I told him think ipod nano, but bigger. But he doesn't take me seriously.

Seriously. We'd make a killing!

Amanda Young said...

Thanks Debbie. And I think you're right about that design. All the ones I've been looking at are so...ugly. Pretty design options would be nice.

veinglory said...

I must confess I used to have a rocketbook, which is rather like trying to read a novel written in pencil on a large brick. Since then I have just used computers.

Susan Gunelius said...

I think that's why Ebooks have yet to really take off. It's so painful on the eyes to read long text on a PC. The first person to invent a product to make it easier will be a billionaire!