- n. Plural form of e-reader.
“I absolutely refuse to spend my hard-earned money one of these so-called 'e-readers'.”
“Partially because I'm waiting for publishers to get over DRM ideas and for e-readers (like the Kindle) to get over their propriatary formats, though it's mostly becuase I'm attached to my old school books.”
“And not enough reviewers have e-readers like Kindle 2.0, Sony eReader, eSlick, or BeBooks.”
“I use Mobipocket, one of the few e-readers that has a Blackberry port.”
“Finally, for the book lover who absolutely must have an e-reader, check out the reviews for the three top e-readers.”
“But authors shouldn't fret too much; e-readers will make it easier to impulse-buy books at 4am even if we never read past the first 100 pages.”
“This will get more interesting with e-books and e-readers.”
“In our pilots, we have seen students spending as much as 50% more time on reading and that students proactively download one item for every two items we pre-load into their e-readers.”
“I talked to David about how Worldreader is reimagining reading, e-readers, schools, teachers, libraries, and philanthropy all at once.”
“This 15th century revolution has today reached a phenomenal inflection point with the emergence of e-readers and e-books.”
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