How To: Travel Lighter

Which E-Reader is Right for You?

On today’s GadgetPlex Phil May discusses how to read on the road without having to lug pounds of books around with you. First and foremost though congratulations to Phil May, who just a week ago became an official United States Citizen!

 

 

 

 

 

by

Neil King

Staff Writer

E-readers are a great way to keep it light as you’re motoring along in your adventures. The market of electronic books have become a 3 billion dollar market. They have not only wireless but also 3G capabilities that enable you to download your e-books anywhere you can get signal. This is useful when you’re out on the road and want to pick up a new book. Have you ever been into one of those rest stops and seen their book selection? The pickings are slim my friends. With an e-reader you’re options are wide open.

With all these options before you in the world of E-readers the biggest one isn’t which book to buy, but which e-reading device to get. They’re are different things that each device does, and pros and cons to each. For instance the black and white e-readers have a glare resistant screen, which helps to read in the sun, however the color readers have a glossy screen that can cause a glare, however they also have brighter menus and more vivid graphics. Phil is here to help you sort out all the ins and outs of traveling with a digital library in your RV.

 

Today’s GadgetPlex:

  • The Benefits of an E-Reader
  • The Kindle
  • The Nook
  • The iPad

 

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