eReaders. They are arguably the best thing since sliced bread (actually the best thing since Android). You can load a bunch of books to your device of choice, instead of lugging around a ton of books. I myself do not have an eReader like the Nook, Kindle, or the Sony Reader. I do, however, have the Kindle for Android app on my Droid Incredible (I had to read the Illiad over the summer). Not only does Amazon have a Kindle app on the Android Market, but Barnes and Noble has a Nook app on Android, too. There is only one eReader app missing from the Android Market. But according to Sony, that is about to change. To quote the electronics company:
The new Reader models bring a fresh level of flare to e-reading with colorful, elegant aluminum designs and all new, highly responsive touch screens. In addition to the new devices in the U.S., Sony announced development of a set of applications for iPhone and the Android Marketplace to extend the Reader experience across multiple portable devices.
Sounds pretty good if you ask me.
Anyone out their use a Sony Reader? Tell us what you think in the comments.
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