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Sony Reader Daily Edition

Sony Reader Daily Edition

If you're in the market for a wireless e-book reader, Amazon's Kindle is no longer the only game in town. The Sony Reader Daily Edition ($400; December 2009) packs built-in, service charge-free AT&T 3G networking for downloading new books on the go, and also offers a seven-inch touch-capable E-Ink screen with 16 levels of grayscale for crisp text and images, and native support for PDF, JPEG, BBeB Book, RTF, and TXT files.

  • Amazon Kindle

    While it's not the sleekest looking gadget out there, Amazon's new Kindle ($400) may finally make eBooks mainstream. The portable reading device uses free, built-in EVDO wireless to download digital books, magazines, newspapers and blogs for reading on the go. It sports a super crisp E-ink display that works great even in bright sunlight, and can hold over 200 titles. There are almost 90,000 books now available for Kindle, with most costing $10.