Originally Posted by Hank Freid
Unfortunately, the Reader suffers from some major flaws, starting with its preponderance of buttons. You’ll find 14 buttons on the face alone, not including a directional controller and two-in-one page-turning button. Many buttons duplicate others’ features (like page turning, for instance), and many seem unnecessary.
After using it for a while, however, you'll come to realise that there are
advantages to things such as the row of 10 buttons on the side, allowing you quick access to choices in menus, and for the duplication in page turning buttons, providing a way of turning the page no matter which hand is holding the reader.