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A Look at Barnes and Noble’s nook

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RI5leV5koqY?cc_load_policy=1&modestbranding=1&w=580&h=385] In this video I go over Barnes and Noble’s first foray into eReaders, the nook. Is it a worthy competitor to the Kindle, or is it just a shot in the dark? Let me know what you think in the comments. source

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Kindle Fire and Kindle Touch Overview

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxVESancpr4?cc_load_policy=1&modestbranding=1&w=580&h=385] In this video I give an overview of the new Amazon Kindle Fire, Amazon Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G as well as the new Amazon Kindle 4. The Amazon Kindle Fire is the long awaited Amazon tablet and features a 7″ full color IPS touchscreen display, dual core processor, 8GB of memory, a free month of Amazon Prime and full access to Amazon Kindle, Cloud Player, Prime Instant Streaming and fast web browsing with Amazon Silk. It…

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Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Review

A video review of the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Android tablet. Check out our full review at: It sports the usual Honeycomb specs: a 10.1″ capacitive touch screen, 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core CPU, a gig of RAM, 32 gigs of flash storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, a GPS and dual cameras. source

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My Favorite Old Technology

This really doesn’t have anything to do with my normal videos, but I’ve just gone back through some of my older things and couldn’t resist making a video about my favorite old technology. Do you have any of these? Be sure to post in the comments which of these gadgets and games you have, and what some of your favorite old technology is. source

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Nook Color Review Part One

Part one of our in-depth video review of the new nook color from Barnes & Noble. Check out our full written review: This is a color LCD ebook reader with a 7″ IPS capacitive display. That’s the same display technology used on the iPad, and it looks extremely sharp and clear. The nook color runs Android 2.1 with B&N custom software. This is not a full Android Tablet like the Samsung Galaxy Tab. It does ebooks, PDFs, photos, videos, music…

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Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350 Video Review

The latest Sony Pocket Edition PRS-350 ebook reader features a 5″ E-Ink Pearl display and a touch screen that doesn’t impair display clarity. Check out our full review of this Sony reader at: The 5.5 ounce ereader uses IR sensors to detect your finger or stylus on the display. The PRS-350 is compatible with ePUB books including Adobe DRM ePUBs, PDFs, text and RTF documents. It has 1.4 gigs of available storage. source

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The Nook Simple Touch Review

A video review of the new nook simple touch ebook reader from Barnes & Noble. The new nook features a 6″ Pearl eInk touch display. It weighs just 7.5 oz. and easily fits in a pocket. It has WiFi with access to the Barnes & Noble online bookstore. It has a microSD card slot and can run for weeks on a charge. source

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NOOK 2 Simple Touch First Look

More info: NOOK 2 Simple Touch First Look In this video I go over the new 2011 Barnes and Noble NOOK Simple Touch. This second generation version of the NOOK ereader features several key improvements including a new 6-inch E-Ink Pearl touchscreen display, 800MHz TI OMAP3 processor, Android 2.1, up to 2 months of battery life, 2GB of onboard storage that can be expanded out to 32GB via a microSD card. Matching the Amazon Kindle 3 you will be able…

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Amazon Kindle Touch Review

A video review of the Amazon Kindle Touch 4th generation e-Ink ebook reader. This is Amazon’s first touch screen e-Ink ereader, and it has 4GB storage, an MP3 player with Audible support, WiFi and 3G if you get the 3G model. The Kindle Touch has Amazon’s new X-ray feature if the book supports it. The Kindle Touch works with Amazon book, public library book and PDFs. source

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Amazon Kindle 3 Video Review

A video review of the Amazon Kindle 3 ebook reader. You can read our full written review on our website: . This is Amazon’s newest 6″ eReader and it features a high contrast Pearl e-Ink display that’s much more readable under low light. The 3rd gen Kindle is also significantly smaller and lighter than the Kindle 2. It now has a web-kit web browser, improved PDF handling and it’s available in two version: one with WiFi and one with WiFi…

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IPad or Kindle? How to Choose the Best EReader For Your Needs

Kindle Vs iPad: Which Device is Right for You? The past couple years have been an interesting time for book readers. We have seen quite a few eReader devices released from companies like Amazon, Sony, and Barnes and Noble. Amazon’s Kindle always seemed to stand head and shoulders above the rest, particularly because of their wide selection. Now that the iPad has been released, another major player has entered the eReader market. It is still unclear who the ultimate winner…

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