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An eBook reader is an electronic device that has one purpose in life --- to display eBooks. It looks much like a large iPhone, having a big six inch display (in most cases) and, if needed, includes small navigational buttons.
So, why not just use an iPhone or a laptop ?
Great question. You see, when you read from an iPhone or a laptop, you run the risk of straining your eyes because of the technology used to create the images on the display. eBook readers use a different kind of technology --- one that is called eInk. This technology "throws" electrons on the screen only once and therefore achieves two major advantages:
1. The display looks like real paper and doesn't strain your eyes.
2. You save a lot of battery power as the machine only uses power when you turn pages. (That is why a lot of times, an eBook reader battery will be measured in page turns.)
So, what kind of books can I read from an eReader?
Most eReaders support any common file type available --- Microsoft Word document, PDF files, and other less-familiar file formats, such as Mobipocket, ePub, and more.
What are the main advantages of eReaders?
Well, first of all, they are easy to carry around. You can store hundreds of books on them and most eReaders even have the option of writing annotations and remarks on the side of different pages. You have access to a wider variety of books since an eBook is much easier to publish than a normal book. You protect the environment because there is no use of paper and an eBook costs less than a normal book.
Today, the market is beginning to realize that eBooks are the next big thing and a lot of well-known companies are starting to develop their own eBook readers. Amazon has come out with their own Kindle eBook reader, Sony developed their PRS eReader, and Barnes & Noble's also offers their own ebook reader called the Nook.
This is only the starting point. As technology advances, we will begin to see more and more highly advanced eBook readers, ones that can display color, consume less power, and operate faster. But for now, whether you have an ebook reader or not, you can still read all the ebooks you desire, right from your laptop or desktop computer.