Have eReader and Will Travel

If you love to read books, then an Ebook Reader (or E-Reader) may be the right choice for you. These devices are light, easy to hold and carry along with you, and can access thousands of books. The latest models maintain their battery for weeks at a time and are quite easy on the eyes. You can adjust the size of the text.

You can read books on a tablet, but an ebook reader is dedicated to the task. You won’t be interrupted by competing items vying for your attention.

The Kindle Paperwhite, Amazon’s latest offering, has a screen that doesn’t have glare. It reads well, even in bright sunlight. This E-reader can hold up to 1100 books at once, so you can have your entire library with you wherever you go! With the Smart Lookup feature, you can look up the definitions of words immediately. You can also search Wikipedia and X-Ray for additional information.

The Kindle Paperwhite has a 6 inch screen size and it weighs 7.3 ounces. Its screen has a 16 level grayscale. It has 2 GB of internal memory, and uses WiFi to connect to the internet. You get free cloud storage for all of your Amazon content. The devices charges fully in 4 hours, and can last upto 8 weeks on a single charge.

Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle

The Kindle Paperwhite 3G is more expensive than the Kindle Paperwhite, but it can connect to Amazon’s Kindle store via Mobile Broadband – at Amazon’s expense – so you can download books from locations in over 100 countries, whether you are on a beach, in the woods, on waiting on an airplane.

With the Nook, from Barnes and Noble, you can borrow ebooks from your local public library. It has a 6 inch screen with 16 level grayscale display. It has an anti-glare screen and GlowLight illumination.

Nook

Nook

Whether you choose the Nook, the Paperwhite, or one of the many others available, you will certainly enjoy reading on an ebook reader.

Amazon, in particular, is constantly upgrading the models of the Kindle. Check our store for the very latest Kindles with amazing features such as a built in light, 300ppi, and no glare, even in direct sunlight.