The Best E-Readers for Students

There are many choices in terms of e-readers out there and there are many other devices that can double as e-readers, so you can rest assured that you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Narrowing down the choices really comes down to how much you’re prepared to spend and the types of features you’re looking to get into.

Now, the Amazon Kindle models are particularly popular and they may well be the best e-readers on the market. The Amazon Kindle 2 has a boatload of books with nearly two million available titles, so that’s a good start. Plus it comes with a QWERTY keyboard and a Sprint-powered Whispernet connection to make it one of the fastest units anywhere. You can usually find an Amazon Kindle 2 at just under $ 200.

The Amazon Kindle DX is another popular e-reader that packs in a whole whack of battery life and 50% better contrast than the previous incarnation. It also packs a QWERTY keyboard and will run you just under $ 400. Students can get a good amount of textbooks on it, but it’s better to double-check before you go signing up for one.

The Barnes & Noble Nook will run you around the same amount as the Amazon Kindle 2 with its Wi-Fi-only version. There’s a lot of content available with this baby, too, and the Barnes & Noble connection opens up the library considerably. There is no specified textbook section yet, though, but a good amount of them are available through the normal search methods.

These are just three options you have when looking for an e-reader. Other companies, like Sony, have e-readers for students as well and these are worth a look. The best way to check out any tech product is to get on down to your store of choice for a hands-on demonstration, of course. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, either, and make sure you get what you want out of your new e-reader.

For more reviews and product info on the Kindle reader, visit Amazon Kindle 3. For reviews and info on other e-book readers, visit


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