|12-09-2009, 05:54 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Greenwood, SC
Device: Kindle 2
How's the nook "feel?"
So hopefully someone can describe it's feel to me. The K1, despite being fugly, was amazingly comfortable in my hand. When the K2 came out I fell in love with the aesthetics but felt disappointed by the ergonomics -- it's thin, symmetrical and brushed steel back actually "feels" heavier to me than the K1, even though it is physically lighter.
Is the thicker and plastic-backed nook more comfy to hold like I would imagine?
How about those funky page turn buttons? Are those physical buttons that click or touch sensors with no feedback? Are they easy to press, too easy to press (like the K1), or what?
Thanks for any feedback, and happy reading to those who just got new toys.
|12-09-2009, 08:49 AM||#2|
Manic Do Fuse
Join Date: Oct 2006
Device: Sony 500, 505, 350, Kindle 3, DXG, nook, Irex DR800SG, iPad
I think that the nook is comfortable to hold and yes there are physical buttons that click. You will not be accidently turning pages.
|12-09-2009, 09:34 AM||#3|
I'm Super Kindle-icious
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Long Drive, Calinadia Candafornia
Device: K1, KTSO, KFHD7, KPW1
The feel of the nook was reminiscent of the K1 to me from the rubber back. It did feel good in my hands and I do tend to prefer a thicker reader as well. K1 still feels a bit better. That wedge shape was good for me.
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