e-Readers Compared (with help from Measy.com)

   By Digitwirl  Sep 07, 2011

How do you pick the perfect match? Do you base it on looks? Power? Size??? Well, we found the best website for when you’re looking to fall in love…with a gadget. This week’s Twirl introduces you to Ian Manheimer, the mega-brain behind Measy.com. Listen in as Ian helps Carley understand the somewhat confusing world of new e-readers. Is the Nook’s color screen a better choice than the Kindle’s crisp E Ink black and white one? Is bigger better? And, how Measy’s online quiz makes it easy to compare tons of electronic products so that you find the one that meets all your needs. Kind of like a dating site, but without the awkward first date.

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Jessica1583 by Jessica1583 | NORTH BERGEN, NJ
Oct 04, 2011

I never thought I would love an e-reader, but when I bought mine used from someone on Craigslist, I was shocked with how much I loved it! Specifically the first edition 3G Nook from Barnes & Noble. There has been recent releases that incorporated a larger operating system which allows for apps and gaming, but I am not into that for my reading. I want my e-reader to be simply about reading. The simplicity of holding the Nook in one hand and grabbing a cup of coffee or glass of water is amazing! Multi-tasking to the next level!

AmyEco by AmyEco | Stafford, VA
Sep 08, 2011

I have the first generation Kindle. Love it. Will have to check out measy.com soon.

jessicamac by jessicamac | MAPLEWOOD, NJ
Sep 08, 2011

I'm still a committed fan of the Kindle. The long battery life, simplicity, and ability to read outdoors make it the best choice for me.