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Here are the top ten articles for the PDA / Ebook Reader Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. What is an eTextbook?
eTextbooks is a fast growing avenue for universities. An average university student will spend between $900 - $1500 in books for a single semester. This is a high price for numerous students. It is no wonder students are searching for different avenues to save money.
2. Brief History of Palm
A brief history of the Palm. Includes the founding of Palm, its spin offs, and its mergers. Mentions a number of related companies.
3. What Does PDA Stand For?
Just for fun I googled ‘what does PDA stand for’ and found a list of many choices. The number one definition is what all we all know as the personal digital assistant. I chose twelve to highlight out of list found. Take a look at some other definition found.
4. eBook Reader & Eye Strain
Reading on an eBook reader using e-Ink technology is just like reading paper. Reading requires good lighting and proper font size to ease eye strain. Reading on a tablet is a whole new challenge. Many young adults say they do not get eye strain. This is just not true.
5. Can an eBook Reader be a PDA?
Choosing a PDA can be challenging with all the choices afforded you today. Here you will find ways to minimize the challenge.
6. salesnexus -- A PDA Contact Manager
salesnexus is an Online Contant Manager (CRM) program that syncs with most Blackberries, Palm's or iPhone's easily and effectively. Keep your contact information at your fingertips while keeping all emails linked together!
7. eBook Reader & File Formats
There is much confusion about eBook Readers and the formats accepted. When you are shopping for an eBook Reader, it is essential that you understand and review the file formats accepted.
8. eBook Readers & Speed Reading
According to an article published by Newsday eBook readers have had a significant side effect – people who read on eBook readers read more! Pew Research estimates that 30% of eBook readers read on average 24 books a year, with a median of 13 books.
9. Google eBook Reader
There are many choices for eBook readers for smartphones and tablets around today . . . with the quality eBook readers available today could make Amazon change their market strategy. eBook readers created for the mobile market allow the end user to have a multitude of eBooks in one device.
10. What is an Enhanced eBook?
Industry trends are showing different price points for the four different formats. One could purchase a book: hardcover or paperback, standard eBook, audio book and now enhanced eBook.
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