If you’re looking to purchase an e-reader and just can’t fathom the minefield of differences, PaidContent has compiled a comprehensive and very useful chart that compares the Amazon’s Kindle 2 and Kindle DX, Sony’s Daily Edition, Barnes & Noble’s Nook, Plastic Logic’s Que proReader, and Apple’s iPad. The chart compares the six most popular e-readers in 20 categories including hardware spec, software and content.
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Comprehensive E-reader comparison chart
Gee, for those prices I will stick with my MP player for audiobooks. For me it is much more mobile, and my books come free from the local library system.KHagee