E-book for literature?

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At the moment the choice is between Nook'ohms and Kindle 3. 9.7" versions of money yet.

Wanted nook, but the new revision is not sewn, and pdf with the standard firmware it is impossible to read.

So the question is, whether to bathe, looking on eBay of an old version, or take a kindle and not to soar brains?
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Kindle!
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The Kindle DX, the best at the moment. Paketov soft a little more comfortable and functional, but the design of the service and the screen vyigryvat Kindle
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Kindle 3. He recently wanted to buy a nook, but stopped the moment that built-in pdf reader does not allow zoomed in / out and increase the font absolutely no effect on the scanned PDF (a technical literature in primarily scanned). The result is that though as-that to read the technical pdfci need to put a third-party reader to read landscape, but you need to flash a nook, and as you know a new revision has not yet been hacked. Plus NUS are not suited to the portrait mode, and even if you still put a third-party reader flipping the pages you will have buttons on the touch screen that will significantly affect the fuel consumption...
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Too afraid to wear it, but maybe an Ipad? I, after 3-year experience of using Vuka somehow podostyl to specialized devices. In universal, the competition is tougher — someone to implement what you need.
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But actually ozora kindle 3 in the sandbox Habra!
\rhabrahabr.ru/sandbox/18208/
there is a plug-in Russian dictionaries... Take it without hesitation!
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Ordered a Kindle 3, in this way, free 3G around the world, in Ukraine, works fine.
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Wait until the beginning of October — pocketBook promised to deliver budget 9.7
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