"Best e-reader yet"5.0 starson by trenodio
Pros: E-ink pearl screen, adjustable brightness and contrast,ePub/PDF compatible (check the Google e-book store, has EVRYTHING!), touch screen! Best construction quality than any other e-reader, expandable memory, slick design.
Cons: Cost is higher than other e-readers; not without reason, though.
Summary: If you need a reader to do serious reading. Not only occasional "best sellers" or magazines, but books and articles, and you don't want to spend hundreds printing and carry with 1000 books, this is the only reader that does the job. Why? If you're a reader, you do not need color screens, you need clear letters, high contrast, no glare, and proper, no direct lighting. And if you are a scholar, a student, or just want to really extract knowledge from your books, you need to take notes. The only possible way to do that with some comfort is having a touch screen. You also will need compatibility with various text formats, and the ability to handle PDFs (not perfect yet, but the best option is Sony.)If you are a serious reader, you will really appreciate having a gadget without wi-fi (there's phones, netbooks, laptops, etc. for that)that allows you to carry your whole library and your notes. If you want to do light readings (newspapers, magazines,and self-confidence books)better get a Kindle. If you want a toy for your kids, buy a Nooks