It really depends on what your habits are.
I personally have a 3rd gen kindle (that’s the one with a keyboard and side buttons). A lot of people complain that ebooks that only offer touch are a little less intuitive to use because it’s not as easy to turn pages (you have to tap the screen instead of just pressing down where you thumb already is) One thing not to worry about is storage size, each e-book is no larger than 30mb, most are less than 10mb so even with only 3-4gb you can have thousands of books, more than you’ll ever read.
All that being said I would go with either the kindle paperwhite or the nook backlight, it’s completely up to your style preference. (Though one thing to note is that if you’ve already bought ebooks in the .epub format you’ll need to convert them to read them on the kindle, which depending on the DRM can be a hassle.)Answered Oct, 26 2012
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