Top Ten eBook Readers Till Today

 This list is exhaustible yet timeless. the e book readers featured here are also timeless. they depict the fascination of books becoming digital and from there onto these gadgets are reveling to be better and better since the birth of kindle concept. it is unlikely for anyone to not awe you. each is distinct and each is a favorite child of their times. keep reading. 🙂

1. Kindle Fire HD

World’s first tablet with dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi for 40% faster downloads and streaming allows you to read your eBooks,magazines and newspapers, surf the net if you are connected to Wi-Fi, option to download and watch your favorite movies or television shows in high definition, download and play games.If you are searching for an e Reader you can play games and watch movies on, this is the best choice.  kindle fire HD has a 1280×800 HD display with polarizing filter and anti-glare technology for rich color and deep contrast from any viewing angle, dual-driver stereo speaker Exclusive Dolby audios , High performance 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor with Imagination PowerVR 3D graphics core for fast and fluid performance.

Pros:  1.2GHz dual-core processor and dual-band, dual antenna , Dolby audio and dual-driver speakers for virtual surround sound.

Cons: LCD screen, individual choice of brightness levels.

Kindle Touch

The Amazon Kindle Touch 3G  placed above the Kindle DX, can easily be called Today’s Best eBook Reader. Although we enjoy Barnes and Noble’s Nook’s LendMe feature and library eBooks, we feel those features cannot replace the plethora of benefits one can receive through using the Kindle Touch 3G.  Amazon’s touchscreen ebook reader offers tablet-style control having an awesome portability, with the same great E Ink screen is  worth the extra £20. owners of the previous generation models need this in their collection. the touchscreen interface is the best feature. this one rocks the boat with its versatility. it simply defines the youth. 

Pros: The size, the speed ,the quality of the Kindle Touch 3G makes it justifiable with its price ,Crisp, clear screen ,Intuitive interface, Great store and software.

Cons
This eReader does not have removable memory. Less elegant ; More expensive ; Some interface elements not totally touch-friendly

Nook Simple Touch Reader

Ten bucks less than Amazon’s non-touch-screen Kindle, this Nook is refurbished, but it still has a one-year warranty. The Simple Touch is a 6-inch e-reader has received widespread praise with a touch-screen interface, e-ink display, and ultra slim  ultralight design. One of the big features that Barnes & Noble is touting is the new Nook’s battery life. There’s also no audio playback available–that means no MP3 music, and no audio books  this model is a Wi-Fi-only affair and no 3G wireless option available.the talk of the town has a beautiful and functional design that is easy to use and places emphasis on comfort, also the design tempts us all the way. its design and navigation are superior than other E-readers.

Pros:  offers a smooth page turn with minimized blinking between pages, Nook’s touch keyboard and navigation abilities are too good.

Cons: does not have text-to-speech capabilities, ghosting.

Nook Tablet

The Nook Tablet is not just your average tablet, it offers exceptional battery life so you will not have to worry about carrying around a charger all of the time.  Barnes & Noble has put together this unit that will function which is based on the Nook Color designs and 2 in 1 that is, tablet and eBook reader, both to entertain you. This unit will allow you to read books and magazine. you  have the option of reading your email on this device, download and play games and it is for those who need a large amount of storage.the Nook Tablet is  8GB,  a 7 inches (18 cm) screen,8 or 16 gigabytes of internal storage, a 1 GHz dual-core processor, a microSDHC slot compatible with cards up to 32 GB in size,  and a FAT32 file system. Additionally, the 16GB model has 1 GB of RAM, ROM of 16 GB eMMC, and 11GB of storage capacity; the 8GB model has 512 Mb of RAM and ROM of 8 GB eMMC. Its frame is gray in color, with an angled lower corner intended to evoke a turned page. The textured back is designed to make holding the device more comfortable.

Pros:  has 16GB of internal memory , takes three hours to recharge.

Cons: does not offer 3G wireless compatibility ,not Bluetooth capable.

 5 Kindle Fire

Anyone looking for an all-in-one device  with android charm, will enjoy the Kindle Fire which is one of the ebook readers that feature much more than just a place to read your favorite novel.  you can surf the web, play games and listen to music, download apps. This also offers a dual-core processor, a  touchscreen interface that will allow you to run your finger over any app you want to pull up.As of October 2012, the Kindle Fire is the second-best-selling tablet after Apple’s iPad, with about 7 million units sold. it has   0.45 inches thickness ,   0.91 pounds  weight ,Screen size of  7 inches, with RAM size of 512 MB.

Pros:  free cloud storage

Cons:  heavier than other eBook readers.

Kindle DX

Released with a lot of hype, Amazon Kindle DX offers large-screen, highly readable text and flexibility The size and weight differences will also be worth considering for some people. The Kindle DX is likely too large to be carried comfortably in most purses but it fits fine in a brief case, backpack or laptop case. The Kindle DX is a whole lot easier to read for extended periods of time than smaller devices, especially for those of us whose eyes are weaker than they once were or, frankly, for anyone who reads a lot and the smaller type of most devices just becomes somewhat tiresome. The decision will come down to what an individual needs in an eBook reader and the contents of his wallet. The half-pound weight difference shouldn’t make much difference for carrying it around but could make it a two-handed reader for many people.

Pros: A large screen , instant download of content.

Cons:  slower reaction time , one of the heaviest eReaders available.

Kindle Paperwhite

Kindle Paperwhite has a brand-new 6in E Ink screen with a resolution of 1,024×768 , a powerful back light   It uses four LEDs at the top to bathe the entire screen in gentle light, the only thing that marrs is a couple of slightly dimmer patches at the bottom that you don’t notice when you’re reading, Text looks a lot sharper on the Paper white’s screen than it did on the old Kindle Touch. you have the advantage to alter the font ans so. it gives us a feel of being  a paperback. 🙂   It also offers an excellent battery life of eight weeks. Despite a small screen and the lack of text-to speech functionality, this is a great eReader – particularly if you’re searching for a long battery life and better display and lighting options than older eBook Readers offer.

Pros: unique lighting system , amazing battery time, allows you to highlight sections of a book or document and post them to Twitter or Facebook.

Cons:  does not offer text-to-speech capabilities.

 8 Nook Color

The Nook Color is 7-inch (18 cm) tablet with full-color multi touch touchscreen input for full-color viewing of books, newspapers, magazines, and children’s picture books.. It has a customization display with color options, six font sizes, and Internet browsing over Wi-Fi, as well as a built-in media player that supports audio and video, allows installing applications . it hit the ground running with Applications pre-loaded on the Nook Color inclusive of  Chess, Sudoku, crossword puzzles, Pandora Radio, and a media gallery for viewing pictures and video. Being an Android device, the Nook Color can be modified to run most Android applications.This eBook reader provides a great deal of competition for other eBook readers already on the market by offering countless books and magazines it has an LCD screen instead of an E-Ink screen, looking more like a computer.

pros: World’s most advanced  touchscreen, Over 2.5 million books, magazines, interactive kids’ books, apps, email facility Expandable memory, features 8GB of memory.

Cons: This device does not feature electronic ink technology.

 9 BeBook Neo

This has 6-inch display, at .66 pounds , well-built and designed for holding for long periods of time. On the other hand, there is no finger input, MP3 playback is still not supported . It’s also one of the most elegant e-book readers, thanks to its all metal chassis, but the Neo’s white plastic front and simple control cluster give it a clean simplicity.  the BeBook Neo’s two marquee features: a Wacom touchscreen and Wi-Fi support have grabbed quite a parise among geeks.The BeBook Neo has 512MB of built-in memory and offers support for the following formats: EPUB, PDF, TXT, HTML, RTF, MOBI, CHM, PDB, JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF. Neo has quite a rough finish – think 1000 grit sanding paper.There is also a Notes featureThe BeBook Neo’s touchscreenas well as  on the other hand ,Music on the BeBook Neo is even more limited than it is on other e-book readers. one can access sites free form this device.

pros: traditional good e book quality and likeable specifications.

cons: running low on battery even when hardly used the Wi-Fi,  device displaying the Shutting Down screen and requiring a recharge more times

10. Nook 1st Edition

This is a device provides a black-and-white, six-inch E Ink display for viewing digital content ,and a separate, smaller color touchscreen that serves as the primary input device. Pages are turned using arrow buttons on each side of the Nook, free connection to AT&T’s 3G network or through available Wi-Fi connections. Users can read books without a wireless connection. it is calssic. and old. The device has a MicroSD expansion slot for extra storage and a user-replaceable rechargeable battery which can be charged through either an AC adapter or a micro-USB 2.0 cable, both included with new Nooks. The device also includes a web browser, a built-in dictionary, Chess and Sudoku, an audio player, speakers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Supported ebook file-formats with DRM include eReader PDB ,EPUB , PDF with Adobe ADEPT DRM

Pros: 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity makes the downloading of books a quick process, free smaples downloadable, Android apps can be used on the device, ability to loan eBooks to other Nook owners, Wi-Fi connectivity

Cons: The virtual keyboard is slow and boring.

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