In October last year I decided against buying a Kindle and ended up with a Sony Reader PRS-600. Immediately I realised I had a problem, it is almost impossible to legally acquire any form of literature. Kalahari.net started to sell eBooks using the Adobe Digital Editions DRM which in my experience is a pain in the arse. I have read over 20 books since purchasing using my Sony Reader, but have used it more to store a library of technical material for easy reference.
This week my Kindle 3 (WiFi edition) arrived which I have been impatiently waiting for since I pre-ordered it over 4 weeks ago, along with the awesome cover with the built-in reading light. I think the cover is necessary to protect is especially with me as I tend to drop things and the more expensive and fragile the more likely that will happen. Continue reading “On eBook readers”