An e-book reader, also called an e-book device or e-reader, is a mobile electronic device that is designed primarily for the purpose of reading digital e-books and periodicals.Any device that can display text on a screen may act as an e-book reader, but specialised e-book reader designs may optimise portability, readability (especially in sunlight), and battery life for this purpose. A single e-book reader is capable of holding the digital equivalent of hundreds of printed texts with no added bulk or measurable mass.
Posts about Ereaders
  • How to Read a Kindle Book Without a Kindle

    … to read a Kindle book. Can you please explain how I can read a Kindle book without owning a Kindle? A. Your friend is correct, you don’t need a Kindle ereader to read a Kindle book. You can read a Kindle book on your computer, phone and/or tablet without needing to own a Kindle ereader. Kindle books can be read using the Kindle app or the Kindle Cloud…

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  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals and Shopping Trends

    … details. Best Buy Best Buy has Black Friday deals on: iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi 64GB for $499.99 iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi 64GB for $424.99 MacBook Air 11.6 in for $854.99 MacBook Pro 13.3-in for $899.99 iMac 21.5-Inch Desktop for $899.99 Acer Chromebook for $149.00 Best Buy also has some MacBook Air and Retina MacBook Pro computers for $150 off. Also Check out Beats…

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  • Amazon News: New Kindle Voyage, Paperwhite and Basic Kindle!

    … the Cadillac of Kindles. Like the Paperwhite, the Voyage has an illuminated screen to make reading in low light more comfortable. The screen is not backlit, the light shines on the screen, not into your eyes, to reduce eyestrain. The Voyage screen is 39% brighter than the Paperwhite. One of the Voyage’s most innovative feature is a light sensor…

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