dimber wrote:Lieziewiezie wrote:My reader support about any type of e-book except the type fitted for the Kindle
It supports PDF which is great, cause alot of documents are like that and then you can just put it on the reader.
Alot of the classics (Little Women, all Jane Austens, .....) are legit available for free. (which makes I have over 60 books on there and only own the reader for 2 weeks).
These are two strong pro's for sony, at least for me...the mp3 reading is also a very tempting thing since it would prevent me for bringing with me the ipod too.
Just wanted to say that both those pros are true for the Kindle as well I just recently put the draft of Midnight Sun on my Kindle and just downloaded 4 "classics" (including Little women) for free too!
Also, my Kindle malfunctioned while I was on travel at the end of last week, something went screwy with the e-ink and the top right corner wasn't showing the print properly, tho I could still read it because it was only the last letter that was unreadable. I signed up online to have Amazon customer support call me and after talking with the guy, they sent me a brand new reader for free! It was at my apartment when I got home from travel! Fantastic customer support if you ask me!
Has anyone seen the new Barnes and Noble ereader? I've heard a little about it but am curious what someone who's seen it thinks.