- Jul 30, 2007
I think they both read unprotected MobiPocket files but otherwise, no... The link below summarizes the differences.So what's the difference between this and Amazon's offerings?
I suppose they're not compatible either.
Thanks for the link, that helps a lot.I think they both read unprotected MobiPocket files but otherwise, no... The link below summarizes the differences.
they still aren't popular. People like us aren't normal. The masses are still scared by smartphones and are buying cheap nokia phones from att by the boatload, clueless of what kind of technology is out there.Thanks for the link, that helps a lot.
To be honest, I'm surprised at how either reader has gained so much popularity. Just a few months before the kindle was released e-books were all but dead.
Personally, I'm not entirely sold on the idea, as I like to re-read books, take them places that are not safe/convenient for a read. I can see in some situations where it can be advantageous.
Given the fact that the nook is out second means it can learn from the Kindle's shortcomings but B&N needs to get it out to market without any hiccups and it appears that's not the case.