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    • ==== ====All types of Kindle products Click Here !http://kindlegenie.newsintechnologys.com/==== ====In the world of e-book readers, two types brands have been pitting out against each other for quitesome time: the Nook of Barnes & Noble and the Kindle of Amazon. For any consumer wholoves to devour the written word, reviewing the Nook vs Kindle is a worth while endeavor beforechoosing an ebook reader.WeightIf you want to have an e-book reader, you might as well pick the one that you can carry with ease.Based on weight, the award goes to Amazons Kindle, which weighs only 10.2 ounces. However,the Nook doesnt really fall too far behind as its only a little more than 3 ounces heavier thanKindle.StorageThis describes how many e-books they can contain. Initially, both Kindle and Nook offers 2GB ofspace, which can accommodate around 1,500 e-books. However, Barnes & Noble is offeringsomething more. The Nook has its own microSD slot you can use to expand the memory, allowingyou to store more books.DesignBoth the Kindle and the Nook have sleek design that are similar in size and shape. The readingscreens are E-Ink, which allows for anti-glare reading in intense sunlight. Both reading screens areidentical in size at 6 inches.The only difference according to consumers is that the Kindle is more intuitive than the Nook, so e-book reader experience seems to be slightly higher in Amazons reader.PriceInterestingly, both are actually sold at the same price: $259.MakersBarnes & Noble has been in the business of selling books for such a very long time, muchlonger than Amazon. So in terms of greater understanding of the needs of bookworms, the formerhas an edge. Nevertheless, with the types of technology Amazon can access and use into theirsystems, it doesnt lag when it comes to providing a unique reading experience to anyone.
    • AccessibilityBoth the Nook and Kindle 2 have wireless accessibility with 3G capability. However, the Nook cansync with hundreds of devices through Android technology. This is because the one from Barnes& Noble is running through Google software. Yet, the Kindle 2 is the only ebook reader withInternational Wireless capability.RelianceKindle has been released for quite some time and has even undergone revisions, which led toKindle 2. Kinks have been reported by consumers and critics with the Nook in its short time on themarket. Barnes and Noble has been working hard to fix any bugs and problems reported.Your choice, therefore, will be based on what youre really looking for. If you want stability anddependability, the Kindle is it. However, if you want more books to read, theres no doubt that theNook can win your heart.Which Is The Better Value?You can click to watch a great video showing the Nook vs Kindle side by side, as well as adetailed review at http://www.techwham.com.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Bruce_Reed==== ====All types of Kindle products Click Here !http://kindlegenie.newsintechnologys.com/==== ====