Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Insightful Libre eBook Reader Pro Product Review

Bridget Carey, MiamiHerald.com: "Doesn't look as sleek and sexy as other popular eBook readers, like the Kindle and Nook. Unlike the competition, it cannot be used for digital newspaper and magazine subscriptions. It also doesn't have Wi-Fi, so updating files must be done by connecting it to a computer. A couple of times I found the response to be delayed when trying to turn it on and off, and one time it loaded the wrong book. But the reset button will fix those glitches (and the reset button won't erase your memory). Having 100 preloaded books takes up roughly 78 megabytes, so unless you move them out into a separate SD card or a computer, you only have about 10 megabytes left of memory."