"Most universal ebook reader out there!"4.5 starson by jaffreywali
Pros: - As close to a universal format support as possible for an eReader today
- Styling (very elegant)
- Touch screen UI
- Huge available library (a LOT that is FREE!)
Cons: - Touch Screen UI (since it does add a little glare)
-No wireless connectivty (with wireless, this truly would be a killer eReader)
Summary: - epub support means you can rent books from almost any public library and download to your eReader. Huge feature that the KIndle does not support (surprisingly)
-Access to hundreds of thousands of Google ebooks for free. These are mostly classics, but I have found excellent books and classics this way.
- .pdf support. This is another huge feature. I use this feature to store ALL my product manuals (which are usually in pdf format from the online support sites) on my eReader. I find it most handly to have it available that way. PDF files like manuals are unreadable on even the best mobile phone (I have the ATT Tilt2 - which easily out resolves the iphone, but the eReader is superior as a pdf reader). I don't believe Kindle supports PDF either.
- Replaceable SD memory card. Another huge for me. Without this I would not be able to store as many books, music and manuals as I do today.