Reading a Book on the iPad

Apple Ipad 64gb tablet
April 7, 2010 at 10:07:37
Specs: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, 1.9 GHz / 3836 MB
I was wondering what the experience of reading a book on the iPad would be like? I know there is a Kindle application for it, but how would it really stack up in ease of readability compared to e-Ink?

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#1
April 21, 2010 at 20:37:17
I thin the size of the Ipad would make it easy but I have heard
many complaints that the glossy screen makes a glare making
hard to read books or watch movies in the direct sunlight. Hope
this helps and let me know if it doesn't.

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#2
May 11, 2010 at 08:41:00
Well, from the app point of view it looks like iBooks offers great
customization, allows to highlight text, allows to increase the
screen brightness, it has fancy Apple animations, a neat 3d look
and a great search function. So this adds for a comfortable
reading experience too. But is being said that lCD screens are
not very good to be used before sleep time. So the iBook app is
very good, you can also use the Kindle app and if you don't use
the iPad to read on direct sunlight or maybe before sleep time the
iPad is presents a very decent reading experience.

Also some expert writers like a lot and use the iPad for reading
they find that on the LCD screen you can't "see" things that you
can when you print the text and that with the Kindle it doesn't
happen that much.


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