The Real Value of a Wireless Reading Device
If you're really into reading, do yourself the favor of investing in a wireless reading device. Wireless readers are so much more than gadgets for reading eBooks. They have a variety of great features that make them well worth every penny you'll pay for one.
The biggest complaint about today's wireless readers is the price tag. But if you think about it, they actually present a remarkable value. You can purchase and download eBooks at a significantly cheaper price than you'd pay for a regular book. You can also read generous sample chapters before you decide to buy. How many books do you own that looked interesting, but once you got around to reading them, proved to dull to even bother with?
You'll also save on the cost of driving to the bookstore to purchase books with a wireless reader. It takes just a minute or so to download an eBook to a wireless reading device, so you'll save time, too. The huge variety of free eBooks available for download today is another way you can save with a wireless reader. There are literally tens of thousands of free books available for download, and the number is growing all the time.
With a wireless reader, you carry all of your reading material with you in a very lightweight, small device. You can take it anywhere and it will work for days at a time on one battery charge.
You don't have to bother lugging around books or trying to manage a newspaper on a plane when you own a wireless reading device. You can go to work or to class without breaking your back carrying books and more books. Wireless readers are very eco-friendly, too, as they make books, magazines and newspapers available without the need for paper.
As if all these benefits weren't enough, wireless reading devices also allow you to browse the Internet without fees. You don't need to find a hotspot or setup a wireless network, either, to browse the web with a wireless reader.
One other feature to consider is the ability to transfer plain text files and mp3s to your wireless reading device. You can listen to your favorite music with a wireless reader, and even transfer photos from your computer.
Given all the time and money-saving features available with today's wireless reading devices, they're well worth a few hundred dollars for many people. It's hard to imagine a more convenient way to have access to books, news, the Internet, music and more.
If you've been holding out waiting for the price of wireless readers to drop, stop wasting time and money and make your purchase. How much have you spent on books and newspapers in the past few months you've been waiting for the price of wireless readers to come down? How much more will you spend in the future by waiting to "save money" on a device that's already a great value?