25. December 2011

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iRiver Story HD E-Book Reader Review

The first generation of the Story HD was iRiver’s first e-reader made available in the US market. During its announcement in January, the technologies included in the e-reader were lauded as exciting, with display dubbed as ‘high definition’ and a processor that was ready to be one of the fastest among e-readers. Since then, with the introduction of newer, faster and [...]

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25. December 2011

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Kobo eReader Touch Edition E-Book Reader Review

Among the four of the biggest e-book reader manufacturers, Kobo is the only company that prides itself as a solely e-book reader manufacturer. Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Sony, the other three, are already giants in their other businesses. Yet, Kobo has positioned itself as the kid trying to enter the big leagues with its products. But despite being the smallest among the four [...]

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25. December 2011

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Amazon Kindle DX (Graphite) E-Book Reader Review

Kindle DX, as in its predecessors, has tried its best to stand out in the crowd with unique and useful features. With e-book readers just really required to have power even after days and be handy enough to place in a pocket, what else could be placed in it to stand out? Amazon has thought of many ways, of course. But alas, the second generation Kindle did not really [...]

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25. December 2011

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Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350 E-Book Reader Review

Along with Amazon and Barnes & Noble, Sony was one of the first mainstream e-book manufacturers. As early as 2009, Sony took a step further by manufacturing a model that was an inch smaller than the Kindle and Nook. Two years later, the Sony Reader Pocket is back with a number of enhancements, including a [...]

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25. December 2011

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Barnes & Noble Nook Color E-Book Reader Review

These days, the lines between gadgets have been blurred. It used to be that phones are used for calling, cameras are used to take pictures and computers are used to surf the internet. After which came specific devices like readers for e-books. Now, phones can take pictures, and e-book readers can now be used to access the internet. With so many functionalities [...]

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25. December 2011

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Barnes & Noble Nook (second generation) E-Book Reader Review

A year after the first generation of Nooks have come out and made a splash in the e-book reader market, the second generation made its entrance. Along with the Nook Color, this second generation of Nooks, known as Nook Tablet Barnes & Noble aims not to only have a share in the e-reader market, but also try its hand [...]

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25. December 2011

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Amazon Kindle (Wi-Fi/3G, 3rd Generation) E-Book Reader Review

With the explosion of tablet PCs as a must-have gadget among the tech nerds, having a dedicated e-reader has become a bit impractical. Why have an e-reader when you can read everything you can in it with a colorful tablet that has all the bells and whistles? However, if a majority of Amazon Kindle (Wi-Fi/3G, 3rd Generation) [...]

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25. December 2011

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HTC Sensation 4G Cell Phone Review

HTC, along with a number of service providers in the US, announced the arrival of the HTC Sensation 4G in April 2011. However, techies and curious people had to wait for at least two months for a full HTC Sensation 4G cell phone review, because it was not until June when the model was finally available in the market. With the smartphone market flooded with [...]

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