We’re halfway through Read an E-Book Week and it occurred to me that some who are new to E-Books might find it helpful to know more about the different kinds of E-Readers and E-Books that are available in order to make an informed decision based on what and how YOU read.
For instance, if you get most of your reading books from your local library, you’ll want an E-Reader that can access and display the E-Books your library provides, something that Kindle, for instance, can’t do. But if you order all of your books from Amazon, then the Kindle would be a natural for you.
Ben Richter has created an excellent slide display showing the most popular E-Readers, the formats they can display and where you can access E-Books for each particular E-Reader. Below is a screenshot of one of the slides. Surf on over to the full slide show.
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