Book deals are hard to come by, but with the advent of electronic books--and with the availability of simple, affordable self-publishing options--anyone can be an author. Here's how to start.
Exceptionally small and lightweight, the Libre Air offers Wi-Fi integration with Kobo books and a proprietary nonbacklit LCD that's as readable as E Ink and even more responsive.
Aluratek's budget Android-based ebook reader bundles some useful extras, but falls flat in usability.
The Bookeen Cybook Orizon boasts a first-rate touchscreen e-paper display, but its Wi-Fi connectivity, browser, and integrated bookstore need a makeover for it to succeed.
This e-reader retains the pleasing design and generous font options of its predecessor, but it remains pricey for a reader that lacks now-standard features.
The purchase sets off speculation about publishing ambitions at Facebook, and puts renewed focus on its highly-anticipated iPad app.
Why limit your reading to physical textbooks or a PC? Consider one of these e-readers for the upcoming school year.
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You don't have to do all of your reading on a physical book or on a PC. Here's a look at the latest e-reader models.
Not all of your reading has to be done with a physical textbook or on a PC.