New Recommended Models Including Galaxy Tab 10.1 Offer Consumers Highly-Rated Performance and Free E-Books, Flash Video Bonuses
YONKERS, N.Y. July 22, 2011 Consumer Reports’
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Paul Reynolds Consumer Reports
For people looking to add more variety to their reading lists, on any type of device, a number of free e-book options are available for e-book readers. Hundreds of thousands of public-domain editions of many classic titles published before 1923 have been digitized by Google and offered up to the public as free downloads.
Other sources of free e-books include the e-bookstores for the Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader and Kobo devices and apps. Some public libraries also offer e-book readers, including Nook and Sony models, the option to borrow e-books with a local library card after downloading the free Adobe Digital Editions computer software.
How to Choose
- E-book readers are best for books.
- Tablets offer more reading versatility.
- Choose a screen size and shape. Consumer Reports Consumer Reports
- Opt for Wi-Fi connectivity. Consumer Reports
- Consider apps selection for tablets.
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