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Pros: The price is right. You get an eBook reader and access to Amazon's library (which they tell us has some 200,000 exclusive titles) for a price you can't argue with. The basic model has also just been revamped, with 15 percent faster page turns. The E Ink Pearl screen really does look like real paper.
Cons: Not being able to use a touch screen does make reading eBooks rather unintuitive, although the buttons on the side make page turning feel almost as good as using a touch screen.
Ideal for: Students and those on a budget.
Suggested eBooks: Clearly this is a model for the budget conscious, so after splashing out on this, you're likely not going to have much cash left to spend on filling up your memory card with bestsellers. Instead, why not download some (or all) of the one million classic books available to download for free? Free titles on Amazon include Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, The Return of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Other places to try include the Gutenberg Project and the Internet Archive.