Oh yeay, you linked to my guide :)

Date: Thursday, 19 May 2011 03:20 am (UTC)
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We'll, it is a well known fact that I swear by my Sony Reader. I was worried that spending the extra bucks would be an issue, but it was worth it. I also have experience with the iPad, and find them too heavy and have too much glare for reading. They are great for games and watching shows with the iView app, but I would not buy one for reading. My ereader is nice and light, is about the size of a paperback and has a good battery life. The only thing I have noticed is it takes a while to start up, but I have hundreds of books on there, so I am assuming that is the reason. It definitely didn't take so long to load when I had just five books on there :) I usually leave it on stand by mode and this isn't a problem.I read quickly, and I don't have an issue with the time the eInk takes to re-image. It is seconds!

I can bring it to Spiders Group and you can check it out if you like. Just muck around and see what you think? Don't judge me by my books, the ebooks I download are mostly free trashy romances and Project Gutenberg classics. I still buy most of my books as paperbacks from Galaxy LOL

Maybe ask one of the iPad kids to bring theirs so you can play with it? The one I use is for work so I am not meant to take it out of the office *rolls eyes*
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