Posts Tagged: "ereader"

run-n-read

Run-N-Read Exercises Your Mind and Body (video)

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Running and reading just don’t mix. Have you ever tried it? Running on a treadmill at the gym (and we mean running, not jogging) and trying to ready your new favorite book or a magazine only to find that you can’t concentrate fully on either. Well the new Run-N-Read device...

Nook Color 16GB Tablet $90

Nook Color 16GB Tablet $90

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This time last year the 16GB Nook Color Tablet went for 250 smackers. Today a refurbished unit goes for only $90 from Barnes & Noble via eBay. The cheapest you’ll find this anywhere else is $130. Keep in mind this isn’t just an eReader – you can stream Netflix and...

Kindle Fire HD vs Nook HD

Amazon Kindle Fire HD vs Barnes & Noble Nook HD

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Two HD tablet/e-reader devices, from two companies that started out in hardware for the sole purpose of selling e-books, and just a few short years later they’re here contending for the best 7″ tablet. So far, that space isn’t such a big deal to fill. The Nexus 7 has won...

Neverending ereader Cover

Neverending Story eReader Cover

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Gone are the days of our youth, but that doesn’t mean we can’t and shouldn’t live in nostalgia.  And if you’re a kid from the 80s, then you’re all too familiar with the movie “The Neverending Story.”  It’s about a boy who is down on his luck, bullied at school...

eDGe

Entourage Systems eDGe Is Two Gadgets In One

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Today I’m going to introduce you to a truly awesome gadget that you can’t possibly get your hands on before Christmas unless you know somebody or can shell out epic bribes. We’re talking about the eDGe, and this little beauty is worth the $490 you’d shell out for it for...

Kindle DX

Students Hate The Kindle eReader

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That’s a strange thought to wake up to, isn’t it?  Well, it turns out they’ve got reason.  Read on: Words like “clunky”, “slow”, and “a real pain” have come up, as students trying out the Kindle DX in classes are discovering that the ereader may not be the replacement for...