Which ereader is you favourite?
Without any doubt it has to be the BOOX Nova 3. The main reason for this that under-the-hood it uses the Android 10 operating system, which opens it up a whole world of possibilities. It also comes with a free cloud service which has proven to be invaluable when I want to seamlessly transfer pdfs and other documents from one device to another.
Which is better, ereaders or books?
Even though I have a website dedicated to ereaders, I still enjoy reading actual books, as you will never replace the convenience and texture of a book. I think both ereaders and physical books can have a place on anyone's bookshelf for learning new skills or to relax and unwind.
What was your first ereader?
I first purchased the Kindle Oasis (first gen) back in 2016 and then quickly upgrade to the BOOX Nova Pro when I wanted to use ereaders for more professional work.
Are larger ereaders better than smaller ones?
That depends on what you intend to use the ereader for. In most cases, if you are intending on reading only ebooks, then smaller devices such as the Kindle Paperwhite work perfectly fine. But if you want an ereader for reading pdfs or more technical documents that are in A4, you may want to go with devices that are 7.8" or more. Here are some suggestions for ereaders for professionals and college.
Frequently Asked Questions
I get asked about ereaders all the time. So here are a few answers to some of the most popular questions.