First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
E-book reader reviews
- — 04 May, 2011 14:43
If you're looking to divest yourself of an extensive dead-tree book collection, there's no better way than buying an e-book reader and investing in some e-books. Depending on your tastes and preferences you can buy any of a large number of e-readers, so read through our list and pick your favourite.
Check out our show-down of the top three e-readers — the Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle and Nook Colour.
Read our e-book buying guide.
7 / 9
Barnes & Noble's NookColor succeeds in combining much of the readability of the E-Ink based e-readers with the speed, customisation, and graphical advantages of the LCD-based e-reading apps on competing touch screen devices, phone or tablet. And at US$249, NookColor even has limited viability as a reasonably priced, contract-free tablet for those who prize reading and Web surfing above playing games and downloading apps.
- Review Date:
- 6th Dec., 2010
- Melissa J. Perenson
- Barnes and Noble