Major telecommunication carriers will be shuttering their 3G networks by the end of the year and early next year. These networks are responsible for powering the internet access of various Kindle 3G e-readers. The vast majority of these devices have WIFI, so they can connect to the Kindle Store to buy digital content, but some won't be able to. How do you know if your 3G Kindle will be supported when the existing 3G networks are sunsetted?
Remarkable has not made an official announcement, but the Remarkable 1 writing tablet is discontinued. You cannot order one from their website anymore and only the Remarkable 2 is available. The premium Marker Signature is also discontinued. The only things that are available is the original pen, cases and nibs.
Remarkable had a good run with the original tablet, but the RM2 came out last year and the company is focusing on this model. Everything is in stock from this device.
You can order the Remarkable 2 from Find e-Reader.
There are over 30 different color E INK e-readers on the market. What ones are worth your time to spend money on? The vast majority of them are from China and only cater to that market, only a handful are designed for people who speak English or other languages. Read More.
The second generation models for the Fujitsu Quaderno A4, which has a large 13.3 inch screen and will handle 8.5/11 PDF files, which are the same size as a piece of paper. The Quaderno A5, which has a 10.3 inch screen screen are both available for purchase on Find e-Reader.
Supernote is a brand that is devoted to digital writing tablets that have E INK screens and long battery life. They have the Supernote A5X with a 10.3 inch screen and the A6X with a smaller 7.8. These devices come with a stylus and have a drawing app. There are many templates to choose from, such as college rules or ones devoted to math, accounting or business. There really isn't many that come preloaded, and many people don't know what to do about it. There is a new website that curates templates from all over the internet, there...