Aside from the usual differences (microSD, EPUB), I'm very curious about the screen, in real life. Both lighting techniques add a layer to the screen, as does the Kindle's touchscreen. The latter has been a problem in the past (edit: those were resistive, capacitive is what modern smartphones use), making the screen lose contrast. I wouldn't say the Kindle is the better device out of hand, although it will be the better known one.
Last edited by ijdod; 09-09-2012 at 11:41 AM.