Comparison charts of eReaders and formats from Wikipedia

This might help clear up some questions about which eReader to purchase, especially if you have only a few eReaders in mind.  I didn’t realize that the list was so extensive and found it a little overwhelming.  Please note that when the Text-to-Speech feature is “yes”, the reader has text-to-speech software installed but that does not mean that every ebook you purchase will have the feature activated.

Comparison chart of eReaders from Wikipedia

Just in case you need more information on the various formats available, Wikipedia also has a comprehensive list connecting formats to eReaders

Comparison of electronic formats from Wikipedia

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Digital Text Coordinator at Landmark College in Putney, VT; a 2 year college for students who learn differently.
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3 Responses to Comparison charts of eReaders and formats from Wikipedia

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  3. Sarin Samuel says:

    The current best text to speech software is Text Speaker. It has customizable pronunciation, reads anything on your screen, and it even has talking reminders. The bundled voices are well priced and sound very human. Voices are available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, and more. Easily converts blogs, email, e-books, and more to MP3 or for listening instantly. Also perfect for proofreading.
    http://www.deskshare.com/text-to-speech-software.aspx

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