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Old 11-29-2010, 05:07 PM   #5
Gadget_girl
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Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Saskatchewan, Canada
Device: Aura HD Espresso, Sony PRS-650
The least expensive ereader, out of the big brands, I guess would be the Kobo reader. Sony is more expensive. eReaders with LCD screens can be found as good deals right now at Best Buy & Future shop, such as the Aluratek Libre, but that's a whole different kettle of fish. If price is your primary constraint, I'd probably suggest getting the Kobo on one of it's sales, which would drop the price a bit, Chapters puts them on sale occasionally.

The Sony is more expensive, and I understand that it's dictionary support is pretty good. I can't speak for the dictionary on the kobo, and the only sony I tried is the older model, the PRS-600, as I don't have the new one yet. With the Sony, you can put books on from wherever you please, including the library.

Sorry wish I could be more help.

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