Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Kindle vs. Nook Color


Okay readers, I need your help. Do you have a Kindle or a Nook Color? I know all the differences between them, and I'm honestly leaning more towards the Nook Color. But I want to know what you think.


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4 comments:

mxtodis123 said...

I have a Kindle, and I love it. I don't know much about the Nook, but one day I was sitting next to a man on the train who had one...and it was glaring in the sunlight. I think that's the word I am trying to find. It was shiny and appeared to me much harder to read in sunlight than the Kindle which remains totally readable in the harshest light. I also find the Kindle more compact. To me, the Nook is bulky. Of course, this all may be because I am a Kindle owner that I am prejudiced, but I don't think I would want a Nook.
Mary

Magaly Guerrero said...

The new NOOK has fixed some of the glare problem, but Kindle still has more books. And oh my! the freebies in Kindle are awesome. If you have a lot of friends who own NOOKS (and are willing to share books) then you might want it.

But I'll not change my Kindle for nothing! I Love it!

Benjamin Juarez said...

I just got a Nook Color Saturday and honestly I am pretty impressed with it. The thing with Kindles or other e-readers is I like to read in bed. I love the fact that the Nook Color display is LCD so I can read without a light attachment. Plus surfing the web is pretty nice on it as well. Both have their own pros and cons, but I really enjoyed playing sudoku, surfing the web, and then reading a few chapters of my book while listening to Pandora in the background.

Smart Ass Sara said...

I have a Nook but not the color version. I feel like.. I wouldn't read a magazine or children's book on it.. so why bother? I do love my Nook and I don't care what ANYBODY says.. the Kindle screen IS different. I get a migraine looking at the Kindle, but not the Nook. I don't know why, but that obviously was my deciding factor. And I don't know about Kindle, but you can get books through (most) libraries with a Nook. :)