|01-29-2009, 03:13 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Device: BeBook (Hanlin v3) and iPod Touch
BeBook/Hanlin - 1 month review
Spoiler for my review: for the tens of thousands of freely available ebooks and the ebooks you create yourself (customized PDF is my favorite) the BeBook is a joy to read and it is very addictive (you have been warned). For technical ebooks the conclusion is more mixed: I estimate that some 60-70% of those are readable, varying from barely to good, but not nearly as good as customized PDF, MOBI or EPUB. So if you have lots of technical ebooks (howto, config files, ebooks, emagazines, documentation, courses, manuals, ...) in a variety of formats (PDF, CHM, TXT, RTF) and publishers, chances are that you will be able to read a lot of them on your BeBook. If all your ebooks are from the same publisher, you better ask someone, on this forum for example, to try them out first.
See also: http://blog.johan-mares.be/category/ict/gadget/bebook/
|01-30-2009, 05:44 PM||#3|
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Almada, Portugal
Device: Cybook Gen3, Sony PRS 505, Kindle DXG and Samsung Galaxy Note
Congrats for your choice and thanks for the detailed review.
Keep us update about your experiences with the reader.
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