Back in the day I owned a regular kindle (it died), and I'm considering getting a new one. Since Amazon recently came out with their new Paperwhite e-reader, it seems the big rage with all sorts of praise. I'm trying to understand what the real advantage of the Paperwhite is over the regular kindle and all I can come up with is that Paperwhite lets you read in the dark. I have no interest in reading in the dark so this isn't an issue for me. Am I missing something? Should I just go for the regular Kindle?
Wanted: a large e-book reader with e-ink and PDF support. Does anyone know of such a product or if one is in the works? [more inside]
Are there any iPad e-book reading apps that implement footnotes as a popup? [more inside]
What e-book reader would be best for an older adult with macular degeneration, requiring large type?
What e-book reader would be best for an older adult with macular degeneration, requiring large type? [more inside]
I'm looking for the best E-Book Reader that will easily highlight the text. I'm in grad school and am an inveterate highlighter. I can't seem to find a review discussing which reader is best at this feature - Amazon Kindle, Sony Daily, or B&N nook?
Looking for the best e-book reader. (depends on how you define best) [more inside]