Originally Posted by rgeorg
I used a jetBook reader (5" lcd- nonbacklit) happily for a long time before I got the eink devs. I don't commute or travel often anymore. But I do carry the sgp5 around with me since it is so small and light. I've even used it a few times to calculate Bridge scores. I want to try the diet/menu planning and shopping list apps. There's just so much to do with it that I get over-whelmed. Truly, I didn't expect it to be so handy. I even like some of the games, and that is surprising for me.
I could go on about the kfhd (movies etc) also, I am enjoying both devices tremendously.
I bought Moon+ Pro recently and will load a few (hundred
) books, and then see if I use it.
I am not so happy with the sansa clip zip though that I also bought in the Cyber Monday frenzy. Seems only good for music rather than audiobooks. I need to look at it a bit more.
Now, if I could just find an app to do the ironing
I love reading on my SGP5, I read on it last night in the dark on Moon + Pro. I love it. I like it better than my KFHD for reading. It is lighter, and I can see on it with Screendim or whatever is called (controls brightness).
As for the Sansa Zip Clip I love it too. I have another one coming in Friday. I have an old one and you can adjust the brightness and you can listen to .wma audiobooks from the library with little hassle. You can add a micro sdhc card too. I returned a Clip plus because the brightness was all the way down and it burned my eyes. Give it another chance like I did.