Monday, April 19, 2010

Consumer Reports Electronics Blog: E-reader faceoff: Apple iPad vs. Amazon Kindle

Via A Kindle World Blog; click here for the full review

The iPad is vastly more versatile than the Kindle, with a growing range of apps, including those for interactive magazines and newspapers, to exploit its almost unlimited possibilities. If e-book reading will be just one of a number of activities you plan to do regularly on your new device, and your budget runs to $500 or more, consider an iPad.

If, on the other hand, you want only a device for reading e-books, the Kindle is smaller, a little easier on the eyes, and a whole lot easier on your wallet. For now at least, it's the better choice for most e-bookworms.

Consumer Reports Electronics Blog: E-reader faceoff: Apple iPad vs. Amazon Kindle

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