What's about eReaders and you?

July 14, 2011 2:24am CST
If you are a frequent traveler who has to travel a lot for your work throughout the year and if you have the bad or good habit of constantly reading on the go, but at the same time, not keen on lugging books with you, I think you must be on the lookout for an eReader that would allow you to read without adding to your baggage. There are now a varieties of eReaders available in the market. So you must select your eReader according to your choice and needs. But one thing that I can assure you is that it would of immense help to you. So you may easily try for it.
5 responses
• India
29 Jul 11
didi i was also planning to buy a ereader, but when i searched in market they are very costly so i had to defer the plan by the way they are really nice to use while travel
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
29 Jul 11
I love to read, and I always have a book with me everywhere I go. Owning an e-reader just made this habit of mine more convenient. I currently own a NOOK, and I carry it in my purse all the time. It is lighter and smaller than most hardback. Furthermore, there are many e-books loaded on it, so it is like carrying your whole library without the weight. For avid readers who likes to travel, an e-reader can feed our reading addiction without the extra luggage.
@dorannmwin (36651)
• United States
17 Jul 11
I don't travel frequently, and I also must say that I don't think that I am really keen on using an e-reader. However, I do have an eight years old daughter that is turning into an avid reader like her mother. My daughter is growing up in a world that is different than my world and for that reason, I am considering getting her a Kindle this year for Christmas because I think that it is something that she would really get a lot of use out of.
• United States
16 Jul 11
Though I am still old fashioned and carry books and novels with me on trips an e-reader would be helpful. I see a lot of technology built into them, but they are still a bit too costly for me at the current time. Maybe some day I will look into it, but in the interim I still read books.
@inertia4 (28190)
• United States
14 Jul 11
If I had to travel often for work and I was a reader, I would prefer an e-reader. Now if you're asking me which e-reader I would prefer to have, thats easy for me. I would prefer to have an iPad2, because I can not only read, but I can do tasks for my job as well. I can connect and communicate with clients or family or friends. So, that would be my choice.