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Old 11-02-2012, 07:21 PM   #5
ME2012
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Device: Nook, 1 Gen
Hi -

The right e-reader for you depends on what your reading preferences are:

Do you prefer
print that resembles a traditional book? - then the e-ink models are best (like the Nook Simple Touch)

will u carry the e-reader around? - then something smaller and lighter would be better

read at night - choose one with a backlight

read during day and/or outside - choose a model that says "can read in daylight" - I'm not sure if the anti-glare like on the Kindle Fire HD means the same thing

Most models can view multiple types of formats including pdfs - but check the accepted format lists for the various readers.

I still love my Nook, Generation 1. I can read pdfs on it. The kindle app on my ipad is perfect for Amazon books.

Sorry not to give a specific answer, hopes this helps.
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