Just when I think I have it down as far as whether the Kindle, the NOOK, or the iPad is what I want to use to read my books on, things change. In fact, these changes can be really dizzying and confusing.
This week, though, there was a development that could simplify things for those of us who use e-readers. Barnes & Noble and Kobo introduced nearly identical readers that appear to be superior to the bestselling Kindle.
Both the “All-New NOOK” and the Kobo Touch have a number of similarities and some differences. But both of them have features that make them more attractive to the reader than the Kindle. This of course will force Amazon and the other manufacturers of e-readers to improve their products, and on and on and on. And even though many of these are becoming less expensive, they are still an investment of sorts, and how many do each of us really need?
I guess my question is, which e-reader do I buy next? I have used my Kindle successfully for two or three years and am feeling it is time for an upgrade. But I am totally confused by all of the choices available.
I am searching for opinions and advice. What would you choose?