You can read your book anywhere through eReader. You can have an easy access of the world’s library through eReader technology. This article throws light on the comparison of two top eBook readers, which are present in the market. Both eBooks are alike in many ways but they also have some different features. The original Kobo electronic book reader has an advanced and updated version of Kobo eReader Touch Edition. This updated and advanced version can display magazines, newspapers and books in EPUB and PDF formats.
Kobo Touch: 6 inches, Storage for 30,000 eBooks
The Kobo Touch features a cutting-edge 6-inch screen, Pearl Ink technology and navigational settings. It’s combined with zForce infrared touch technology, which provides an intuitive experience for advanced highlighting, tap/swipe page turning, allowing easy access to dictionaries. The Kobo Touch is soft, very comfortable for reading. Kobo’s SD memory card slot offers 1GB of storage. Its USB connection provides efficient connections to computer systems. You can customize the Font in two different styles and 15 dissimilar sizes. Kobo Touch’s battery life normally lasts two months after being fully charged. It has an excellent feature of quick zoom and can explore PDF navigation quickly. It’s easy to read, even in the sunlight. It has a great 30,000 book expandable storage and quick page turns. It also has a professional touch screen keyboard and it also includes “Reading Life” social networking and an 800 MHz Free scale I.MX508 processor.
Sony PRS-T1: Easy to Use
The Sony PRS-T1 features a professional menu that’s easy to navigate; layouts aren’t connected with an electric mix of text, icons or pictures. The Sony PRS-T1 has a built-in interface, which gives the product the iPod touch and feel. It is strange that there is a single book, which is listed in the “Continue Reading,” so if you want to flick through many pages you’ll give preference to Amazon Kindle’s default list of many current read books. When both e-readers are halfway through an excellent book, people prefer the text-only main menu layout. You can skip pages easily on the Reader with the touch screen, which can drag the progress bar back and forth.