E-readers are becoming increasingly popular these days. With the creation of E Ink, it is now possible to read an e-book on an e-reader in such a way that it mimics a traditional paperback or hardcover book. E-readers take up less space than having physical books. Depending on the model of e-reader, hundreds of titles or more can be stored in the hard drive, ready to be read with the touch of a button.

E-readers are becoming increasingly popular these days…

With the creation of E Ink, it is now possible to read an e-book on an e-reader in such a way that it mimics a traditional paperback or hardcover book. E-readers take up less space than having physical books. Depending on the model of e-reader, hundreds of titles or more can be stored in the hard drive, ready to be read with the touch of a button.

In the battle of the e-readers, there are two strong opponents. In one corner of the ring is the Nook and in the other corner is the Kindle. The first popular e-reader debuted in 2007. This was the Kindle. The Nook entered the market in 2009. Both e-readers now feature a large library of titles to choose from and offer the ability to rent or borrow some titles for free. There are different models of both, for those that want more features than just reading e-books. Both the Nook and the Kindle have models that come in color with HD quality. For example, it is possible to play Angry Birds or watch movies on Netflix with both the Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet.

While both the Nook and the Kindle have a lot of things in common, they do have some distinct differences. The Kindle is most loved by those who like to use a lot of apps and do things other than reading. The Nook is the preferred choice by those who want to read their magazines on an e-reader or require a larger selection of children's books. Please answer the questions below to see which one you should purchase.