If you’re slightly interested in the gadget world, if you sometimes read about the new tablets and eBook Readers on the market, if you have heard of Kindle and you’re aware that Steve Jobs was the CEO of a “tiny” company that produced iPhones and iPads, then I’m sure you know how appreciated Apple products are on the international market. Not only do they look amazing, but they are high tech, with state of the art hardware and extremely entertaining applications, and they run… Read the rest
The Kindle is not the first ebook reader in the market, but it has transpired into being what most would consider as the ‘iPad’ among its kind.This gadget from Amazon has established its place in the market in a span of 3 years after its advent, despite the industry very competitive nature.
In comparison to the previous releases, the 6-inch Kindle Keyboard (formerly named Kindle 3) has been made more compact and its screen enhanced. It has also adoptedthe Barnes and Noble Nook’s key Wi-Fi… Read the rest
In a world ruled by Apple and its iOS, comes a new tablet that can be considered a real competitor. The ViewSonic ViewPad 7 is the new American tablet which, like many others, challenges the domination of Apple. The only difference between the VPad 7 and the rest is that ViewSonic’s device might actually stand a chance.
ViewSonic Vpad 7
With Android 2.2 OS, the nemesis of iOS, the VPad has 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and is 3G ready. It supports Android Google Mobile… Read the rest
The idea of advertising within the eBooks has become popular among several publishing companies. They believe, and it’s fair enough, that books will have greatly reduced price or will even be given away for free if advertisements will appear along with the book content. Profit will come from the advertising companies and from the people’s clicks on the add-ons. Considering that purchases will be made through this method, it’s pretty clear gains will thrive and money will be made out of this business. The question… Read the rest
The ECTACO jet Book is one of the best eBook readers currently available. Given that it is very light just 7.5 ounces making it super portable as such you are in a position to communicate and also learn wherever you travel as it contains a number of unique ECTACO dictionaries that enables translation of a number of foreign languages including Albanian, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Russian,… Read the rest
The Onyx Boox is one of the solid eBook readers but is also one of the pricey choices to enter the market. This is among the few eBook readers to hold a WACOM touchscreen, which means the touchscreen layer could be located under the e-ink screen. This removes the glare problems when the screen is over, much like in the Sony PRS 700. The biggest downfall of this device is that it requires you to use the stylus that comes with it. You could only… Read the rest
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Similar to the tablet market, the eBook Reader market has recorded a boom in the past years. Be that as it may, a great number of companies have produced this type of device and nowadays, it’s easy to find a cheap, acceptable eBook Reader to fulfill your reading needs. The Amazon Kindle is still very appreciated, thanks to its web connectivity options and optimal display, Sony Touch offers a lot of space due to its reader’s touchscreen controls. As a safe choice… Read the rest
There are times when I used to have a great impression of the 5” bebook mini eBook reader. Come to think about, it is not big enough and some people may have difficulty reading the books. However, mini eBook Readers were crafted for one or two purposes: either people want to buy it because they are new to the eBook Reader gadget line, or they just really want to stuff the eBook Reader inside their pocket. The Bebook Mini will be the perfect answer to all… Read the rest
The Pandigital Novel eBook reader has gained a lot of attention from retailers around the United States, and for many, the device being at full-color is major eye-catcher, not to mention the 7-inch touchscreen and a 2GB on-board memory. Plus, it could easily access Barnes & Noble’s eBook store. At around $180 (one-third of the iPad’s price), it could easily appeal to almost everyone. Apparently, these features may have masked the true identity of the eBook reader after finishing a full novel.
For experienced users,… Read the rest
September 12, 2011, Moscow, Russia: UK based eBook Reader company Plastic Logic announces the development of the Plastic Logic 100 for Education. The new electronic textbook had been designed for students and educators in particular. It allows students to carry, access and review their books in a much more effective manner.
The large, thin and lightweight device is based on PlasticPaper Technology, the trademark of Plastic Logic. The textbook is everything that a student needs to go to the university; it cuts out the full-backpack… Read the rest