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Kindle vs. Nook vs. Sony PRS-600 vs. Literati Comparison

Jack Burden and JM Butler break down what each of these ereaders does best and give you a guide that should help you sort out which of these products would be the best choice for you. Read More...

Rooting the Nook Color Makes a Cheap Android Tablet

In its out-of-the-box design, the Nook Color is a proprietary interface built for explicit ereader use. With modification however, the Nook Color can quickly turn into a tablet. Read More...

Kindle introduces Book Lending

Amazon has introduced ebook lending to it's wildly popular eReader, the Kindle. JM Butler breaks down what you need to know about this new feature that has been added to both Kindle hardware and software applications. Read More...

Barnes & Noble Nook Color Review

Barnes & Noble's latest eReader uses a color, LCD touchscreen rather than the e-Ink screen in the original nook. How does this device perform? John WInger investigates. Read More...

eReader eInk vs. LCD/LED Screen

Jack Burden covers the two types of screen technology commonly found in eReaders and breaks down which is best for some specific purposes. Read More...

Borders Kobo eReader Review

Not content to let Amazon and B&N rule the eReader rost, Borders released the Kobo Wireless eReader as the hardware extention of it's Kobo bookstore. Sophia Schmidt tests the Kobo eReader and sees how it stacks up against the competition. Read More...

Barnes & Noble Nook 3G Review

The Nook impressed us with it's vast file compatibility, impressive screen clarity and good looks. JM Butler puts the Nook through it's paces in this review of the 3G eReader from Barnes & Noble. Read More...

Google Editions: a New Approach to the EReader Market

Initially expected to launch in the summer, Google has been working on its own ereader solution for the masses, called Google Editions. The approach is completely different from what the competitors are doing with their ereader solutions. Read More...

Amazon Kindle 3G Review

The 3rd generation Kindle, called the Kindle 3 by most people who watch these devices, is a major improvement from the two previous generations of Amazon's eReader. Smaller, thinner, lighter and faster than it's predecessors and with an improved screen the new Kindle is improved in pretty much every area. Read More...

Why buy an eReader? What are the advantages of eBook Readers?

John Winger discusses the pros and cons of using an electronic reader and his transformation into a fan of the devices. Read More...

Will an eReader save me money?

An eReader will cost you anywhere from 140 to over 200 dollars and you may ask whether or not this is a wise investment or just the cost of convenience. Consider a brand new, New York Times Bestseller hardcover release that sells in stores for 30 dollars may cost you less than 15 dollars in eBook format. Read More...

Sony PRS-600 Review

The 3rd generation Kindle, called the The PRS-600 Sony Reader dubbed by Sony as the "Touch Edition", is the replacement model for the PRS-700 model. This model represents Sony's high end touch-screen e-reader. It is available in three colors as opposed to the PRS-700 which was only available in black. We reviewed the red edition, with Black and Silver being the other options. Read More...

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