Do you have an ebook reader?

United States
July 31, 2011 9:57pm CST
I had a sylvania ebook reader but the touchscreen broke, i loved all those gutenberg books. do u have one?
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@kingparker (9698)
• United States
1 Aug 11
No, I don't have any ebook reader myself yet. I would love to get myself an Ipad 2 though, so I can get online, and I can read books too. Anyway, I have to wait until November, when the Black Friday comes, when the price is going down ultra cheap, then I will get myself one.
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• United States
2 Aug 11
the apple ipad 2 is neat, you can't find nothing for a droid reader, but there are plenty of stuff for the ipad
• Canada
5 Aug 11
I do not! I love the feeling and smell of curling up with a good book. I don't want to lose that. I also have trouble reading on a computer screen (or similar screens) and lose my place. So the tried and true book for me it is!
• United States
5 Aug 11
i like that too, thank you for commenting!
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@elisa812 (3033)
• United States
5 Aug 11
Sorry to hear that yours broke! I don't have one at the moment, but my husband and I have been talking a little bit about possibly getting one in the future. We still haven't decided for sure yet, but we would have to research which kind we like best. I love to read lots of books, so it would definitely be much more convenient to have an ebook reader!
• United States
5 Aug 11
i loved mine, gutenberg texts were just like flipping pages on a book and when you opened it back again, it was saved
@ravinskye (8242)
• United States
2 Aug 11
I don't have an ebook reader yet. i've been thinking about getting one though. i love to read. i did a comparison website awhile back to compare the ipad, kindle, nook and another type of ebook thing. Now almost every company is coming out with their own version of the ereaders. It's a touch decision. I may start out with a cheaper one like the kindle or something and then if I use it enough I might go for an ipad that does tons of stuff.
• United States
2 Aug 11
smartphones also have kindle ware and other stuff too, i like the ereader too because it has android on it and I can switch over to angry birds ;)
• United States
1 Aug 11
I actually don't want one. I like the real book in my hands. But then again, it'd be nice to have all my books in one portable area and be able to enlarge the font in the book.
• United States
2 Aug 11
that's a great thing too, especially books that aren't in print anymore. I still pick up some of those really old romances and I still love them regardless of the reader, thank you
1 Aug 11
no i don't have one, but i had thought about getting one. they are very expensive but when you consider you can download free books, and even when you pay for them they are a fraction of the price of a normal book, they would save you a fortune in the end. plus your house wouldn't be coming down with paperbacks! lol!
• United States
2 Aug 11
imagine walls and walls of books in your home or apartment and then one reader thousands of books
@anurag3786 (6275)
• India
1 Aug 11
No I don’t have any EBook reader but I always download books in PDF format and use adobe reader for reading this. But this can make problem for which that use multimedia phones and want to read books in their mobile phones. So I think ISILO is also good EBook Reader software for mobile users.
• United States
2 Aug 11
i never heard of the isilo reader before, have to check into that, i wonder if they have software for ubuntu
• United States
1 Aug 11
I don't yet, and the only reason is because I'm on a fixed income and ebook readers can be expensive, especially if one doesn't have a credit card.