"Amazing e-reader!"5.0 starson by KRiedley
Easy To Use
Web Browser (Yes, you read that right, I'll explain below)
Cons: No Games
PDF reading is meh...
Summary: So, after watching the E-reader market for a good year, I finally saved up, researched (with CNET, of course...) and settled on the NOOK Touch. Everything is perfect on it. Reading, notes and highlights, Wi-Fi, the shop, it's all amazing. I can't say anything more here that isn't pointed out in CNET's review.
There IS a web browser. I know, I know, everyone says there isn't, but they didn't do a simple Google search where ones found it. All you do is hit menu; tap Search, and instead of searching for a book, type in a URL, e.g., Google.com. It loads a decent-ish (it's an ereader, don't expect wonders) web browser, complete with bookmarks and multiple windows! Cool, right?
Cons are few, or namely, one. (It was 2 before I found the web browser...) That being the lack of Sudoku, Chess, and the like. With a touch screen, playing these games would be SOO much easier, but they left them off the system. Go figure... Also, why the PDF browser stinks is no highlighting or note-taking (but few ereaders offer that) and changing the font size on any PDF completely screws it up. It's a text-plosion. So, unless you're only going to be reading a PDF that's already sized correctly, it's kinda irritating...
(For the record, because I had a hard time finding out, it will highlight and make notes in sideloaded EPUBs. If that's valuable to you...)
Overall, it is currently the best Ereader you can buy! I love mine, and I know most everyone who buys it will share my view.