The Nook, billed as the first Android-powered e-book reader, features not only a 6-inch E-ink screen but a color touch screen that allows you to navigate content and also can turn into a virtual keyboard for searches.
(PRWEB) November 30, 2009
With the holidays quickly approaching everything is looking for that "must have" gift for themselves or a special loved one. The most popular technology gift this year, is not a new mobile phone which everyone already has, but is for the reader of the family, an Electronic E-Reader.
With the advent of touch screen technology being the norm, and the fact that physical books are becoming more and more expensive, a long term gift that will save you money is an E-Reader.
There are many popular E-Readers that are sweeping the market right now, and GoodEreader is proud to have them all in stock, they are the Kindle DX, Kindle 2 and Barnes and Noble Nook.
The Barnes and Noble Nook has only been on the market a few short weeks, and has already sold out all of their units, this means, that it is nearly impossible to find this great unit anywhere, GoodEreader has over 100 units currently in stock. This item is quickly becoming THE gift for the holidays if you are lucky to get one
The Nook, billed as the first Android-powered e-book reader, features not only a 6-inch E-ink screen but a color touch screen that allows you to navigate content and also can turn into a virtual keyboard for searches. At launch, no separate Android apps will run on the device, but Barnes & Noble says that one of the reasons it chose Android to power the Nook is because it's an open platform with a large developer community and that future apps are a possibility.
Like the Kindle, the Nook has a built-in 3G wireless connection (AT&T is the carrier) and a dictionary. However, the Nook also packs in Wi-Fi connectivity and a memory expansion slot--you get 2GB of internal memory, but can add up to a 16GB micro SD card. It also features a Dual Color Touch Screen and the ability to play audio books.
The Kindle DX is also being billed as one of the most popular gifts for the Christmas season. It features a near 10 inch screen, that can be flipped over to landscape mode, much like Apples I-PHONE. The DX also features a built-in QWERTY keyboard for taking notes, entering search terms when wirelessly accessing the Kindle Store, and typing out URLs in the rudimentary Web browser. Like the Kindle 2, the DX's rechargeable battery is sealed into the unit (read: no removable) and delivers about two weeks of battery life if you use the built-in 3G wireless data connection judiciously.
GoodEreader is proud to be serving their customers with the latest Electronic Readers just in time for the holidays. If you are looking for the Sold Out NOOK they seem to have many in stock and are getting new shipments all of the time. Their prices for the Kindle DX is also outstanding at $399.99
In the New Year, GoodEreader will be opening a Retail Location in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Stay informed by visiting their website Goodereader
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