There seem to be an increasing amount of electronic gadgets appearing on the market; each one doing something slightly better than the one before. Books have not escaped this process; the original e-ink e-reader was a Sony device, although Kindle was the reason eBooks became popular. In the beginning, such devices were comparatively simple. They connected to the internet, allowed you to download a book and gave one the ability to read it on the device.
Amazon’s Kindle has dominated the eReader marketplace for the past year or so. Several companies are developing competing products to be released within the next year. My big question is: When are these eReaders going to perfect the integration of audiobooks? Amazon’s Kindleis the gold standard for eReaders. With a paper-like display, 1/3 inch thickness and [...]