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Consider the many types of HTC phone models as an example. Note-taking, highlighting and underlining. Being able to annotate is an important characteristic of paper. These activities are arguably easier on media tablets due to their faster response time and touch interfaces though touch ereaders are being sold now, their e-ink displays are still slower.
Other interfaces. A variety of options is possible here.
Devices may have headphones, 3G modems, speakers, Bluetooth interfaces, among others. Each additional interface or hardware features increases the cost of the device. One of the defining characteristics. Refresh rate. In general, the speed at which a display redraws whatever it displays.
This rate varies greatly, being as low as 0. Screen technology. Two technologies are noteworthy here: LCD displays and e-ink. Ereaders have e-ink displays and media tablets have LCD displays. Various device manufacturers provide extra services built into their ebook readers, most often a delivery mechanism. Supported formats. Very important to note. Supported DRM formats.
Software formats with in-build digital rights management. If an ebook is DRMed, the user is limited in what they can do with the ebook. Touch screen.
Media tablets were conceived with touch screens in mind. Ereaders that use touch started appearing after the iPad was released in Ereaders are lighter than media tablets — which is often a reason readers prefer them for long-term reading.
Nonetheless, media tablets are approaching weights of grams. Ereader and media tablet adoption is rising at an exponential rate. Shipping numbers are reported in the tens of millions, yet these devices are not the final result of the digital reading revolution.
There are still many challenges to overcome before these devices can play a transformative role in everyday life reminiscent of same challenge the telephone, radio, television had to undergo : Challenges for ereaders and tablets Readability. Ereaders used to be quite heavy and large, but recent devices are about the size of a typical paperback.
Remember that ebooks can also be read on smaller devices such as a PDA, but those devices fall outside the scope of this reader. Even the best ebook device is useless without ebooks to read.
Issues facing vendors include how to convert content into a form viewable on ebook device, whether ebooks should be encrypted to a particular machine no book-lending and more. Various issues arise here. Consider how many devices you own and consider having another one you need to carry with you. Many ebook device manufacturers specify their own format in which ebooks are stored on the machine.
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