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December 31, 2008, 2:13 pm

As much as I don't like the closed systems, and other things that they do, I wish Apple would have a look at doing an ebook reader - then we may get something that would have an interface worth using... can't see it happening though.

Ricky Archer

December 31, 2008, 3:58 pm

I paid ١.59 for the 'Classics' on the iTunes app store and it works a treat, you can adjust the text size to suit and it's bright for reading in the dark. If you don't want to pay, then get eReader for free! Better still, as it's on my phone it's one less thing to carry.


January 2, 2009, 3:07 am

Hear, hear, I really don't see the point of all these dedicated gizmos. My smartphone does the same job and I have several hundred books (.lit format) on a mini sd chip. Likewise mp3 files, so why buy a dedicated player? It also understands what I say to it (voiceCommand.exe) so whinging about the mobile windoze interface become fairly irrelevant.

I suppose if you really want to sound like a set of castanets walking up the street then having all these gadgets in your pocket is the way to go. I'll stick to my ancient HTC Wizard which still does all I require of it.

Hamish Campbell

January 2, 2009, 12:44 pm

errrr I think the e-ink display might just be the attraction. I'm sure anyone can appreciate the difference between reading off real paper and an lcd screen, this stff addresses that

Frank 2

January 7, 2009, 12:25 pm

I bought this BeBook device and swiftly returned it to Amazon.

It crashes constantly and using SDcards is a nightmare.

In my opinion this device is for users who like to spend hours with upgrading firmware, scrolling through the BeBook forum in order to resolve the numerous errors of the BeBook reader. Taken together, this product is simply not market ready. Furthermore, the unit feels flimsy and is really way over-priced.

Ann Drummond

August 4, 2009, 7:48 am

I love my Bebook! I've had it almost a year and I'm not sure how I managed without it. I've just been overseas and I was able to load more books than I could possible read in the time I was away. I could never have packed so many books given baggage costs. The cost of ebooks is a bit pricey and hopefully in time they will come down. Anyone interested in an e-reader should take a look at the Bebook. A number of formats can be used on it, its easy to use (intuitively so) and the battery life is long so you can read many books before recharging. Also if you’re like me and live outside of the USA the kindle really isn’t an option. If you go ahead and purchase a bebook you can use my discount coupon to get a discount of 25 Euro (ann.drummond@princehenrys.org)

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