|06-14-2011, 04:16 PM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2010
Device: Kindle 5 Paperwhite and a Nook Simple Touch
Non-dedicated electronic book reader
Why do you use a non-dedicated electronic book reader?
Here are my reasons:
1) Employer gives me a free blackberry, free unlimited airtime, free unlimited data plan - if they are so eager to pay this bill for me why not let them.
2) I am prone to loose things and reading on a blackberry is one less thing to loose and/or worry about.
3) Seems to do everything else I can possibly think of so why not let it do this too?
|06-14-2011, 10:38 PM||#2|
LB's lolz Mutt Minion
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Hong Kong now but NYC forever
Device: Kindle3, GalaxyTab, BB Bold9700, BB 8300, Sony Clie, Palm Vx, Palm III
^ Prior to purchasing my K3, I had never owned a dedicated ereader. I have been reading on Blackberry's for more years than I can count, right back to the first color LCD one. Before that I used all the old stuff in my sig for my on the go reading.
Know exactly what you mean - as a lifelong corporate hoe required to carry Blackberry's, it was a great perk. While the BB screens are obviously no comparison to dedicated ereaders [or tablets now], I have actually read a ton of books on those tiny rectangles.
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