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How many ereaders you have?
#11  ilovejedd 12-13-2012, 11:38 AM
4x Sony PRS-350 (yes, I love it that much I stocked up when the refurbs went on sale)
1x iRiver Story HD
2x iPod Touch 4th gen (iOS 4.3 + Stanza 3.1)
1x iPhone 4 (iOS 5.1.1 + Stanza 3.2)
1x iPhone 5 (iOS 6.0.1 + iBooks; last resort, usually only because it's always with me when I'm out and about)

My brother will also be giving me his iPhone 4S (iOS 5.1.1 + Stanza 3.2) when he switches to whatever iPhone's released in 2013.

Got the iRiver when it was on clearance at Target but never really liked it. The PRS-350 is my favorite reader provided I have enough light available and I have the book I want to read already loaded on the device. Otherwise, it's one of the iDevices.
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#12  Pomtroll 12-13-2012, 12:36 PM
At present I have a a Nook Classic I seldom use, a Sony 350, a Sony T1 & a Kindle Touch.
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#13  soulfuldog 12-13-2012, 01:26 PM
My two are pretty simple. Kindle 3 which was my first and main ereader, and I bought a PRS-350 due to it's small size for carrying with me while I'm out and about at work.
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#14  speakingtohe 12-13-2012, 02:24 PM
My first was a PRS-600 which I seldom use now because of the shorter battery life.

I was given a PRS-T1 as a gift with a lighted cover which I use for reading on the balcony. Not a big improvement on the PRS-600, if any, but the battery life and lighted cover are nice.

I had a PRS-350 which was for reading on the bus etc. but sold it to a friend in need and was going to buy another, but got the Kobo Mini instead, now my main ereader as it is the best to actually read on for me.

Will probably buy a Glo after Christmas, but who knows for sure

I read seperate books on each reader, not for any particular reason, but works for me.

Helen
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#15  sneakyspider 12-13-2012, 03:42 PM
I have the Nook first generation, the kindle four (silver,) and the original kindle fire. I use all of them on a rotating basis; it all depends on what I'm in the mood for. I'm also getting another ereader for Christmas - the Kindle Paperwhite.

I once owned the Kindle Touch, but sold it to buy the Kindle 4. I bought the Kobo first gen as well, (after my Nook Glowlight's screen died on me,) but found it slow and buggy and sold it. I've also owned several kindle keyboards.

I think I'm an ereader addict.
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#16  Ripplinger 12-13-2012, 04:42 PM
My first reader was a Sony PRS-350. T-1s came out and I was so disappointed I bought a 2nd PRS-350 as my backup. I'm still with those 2 PRS-350s and very happy with them.
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#17  afv011 12-13-2012, 06:02 PM
All the nook family, that's 7. But I only read on the nook glow lately.
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#18  dreams 12-13-2012, 06:20 PM
I started with the Sony 505, then the Kindle Keyboard with 3G, then the First Generation Kindle Fire. Lately, I no longer use the Sony as I have apps on the Fire so I can read epub, mobi, and azw.

Bright light and outdoors in summer, I prefer to use the KK3G. At all other times, I use and carry the Fire with me.
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#19  HYPE 12-13-2012, 07:45 PM
I read on my Kindle NT (black one). Also, I used to own a Nook STR, but sold it about a week ago. If you consider an iPhone 5 and iPad 3 to be ereaders, then I have those as well, but I never use them to read books.
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#20  meeera 12-13-2012, 08:08 PM
Kobo Glo for novels, iPad1 for comics and magazines.
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