"First ebook reader and I dig it"4.0 starson by mr.reality
Pros: Light, easy to hold in one hand, easy to read
Cons: Touch screen can be finicky, response can be sluggish.
Summary: This is the first ebook reader I've ever owned and so far I've read two books on it, so take that for what it's worth as far as this review goes. I may update this later when I have a few more books read.
I think the main thing to say about it for anyone that's never tried an ebook reader is that I actually like reading from it better than a book. It is easier to hold than a fat paperback, is just as good as reading paper, and I like being able to change font sizes. That was my main curiosity before I got it - would I actually be able to stare at it for long periods like you can when reading a paper book? I downloaded a book sample and before I knew it I had read been reading for 20 minutes and that question had answered itself.
My only complaint is really the touch screen. I generally hate touch screens due to them being inexact, sluggish, and unresponsive. Unfortunately this touch screen can be all three, but it doesn't impact the reading experience too negatively. I think I would like at least one physical page turn button in addition to the touch screen. I have had some issues with a single page turn moving me many pages ahead, as well as some font sizes randomly changing between chapters but have read some reviews that certain books can be buggy, therefore I'm looking forward to trying a few others out to see if I consistently have those sort of issues.