Users' opinion



On the pages "Summary table of parameters", "Types of screens of e-readers", "Apps for reading for Android", "Devices with big screen", "e-library" we we conduct some polls, which can help with choosing a device for reading. Here are the results of these polls:

On what device do you read?
  On an e-book (E-ink) 39.81 % (123)
  On a tablet 11.00 % (34)
  On a smartphone 11.00 % (34)
  On a computer 10.03 % (31)
  On something else 10.03 % (31)
  I read only paper books 9.06 % (28)
  On an e-book (TFT) 9.06 % (28)
Total votes: 309


What electronic book do you have?
  Amazon Kindle 10.39 % (75)
  Kobo 9.70 % (70)
  Something else 9.00 % (65)
  PocketBook 9.00 % (65)
  Onyx Boox 8.17 % (59)
  Bookeen Cybook 7.89 % (57)
  Nook Simple Touch 7.89 % (57)
  Sony Reader 7.89 % (57)
  Wexler 7.62 % (55)
  Texet 7.48 % (54)
  Digma 7.48 % (54)
  Gmini 7.48 % (54)
Total votes: 722


What size of screen does your e-reader have (diagonal)?
  6 inches 27.64 % (68)
  8 inches and more 17.89 % (44)
  6.8 inches or 7 inches 16.26 % (40)
  4.3 inches and less 13.41 % (33)
  5 inches 13.01 % (32)
  It's hard to answer 11.79 % (29)
Total votes: 246


Should an e-reader have backlight?
  Should 51.06 % (72)
  Shouldn't 24.82 % (35)
  It leaves me indifferent 24.11 % (34)
Total votes: 141


What management should be in a e-reader?
  Sensor screen and keys 26.55 % (47)
  Only sensor screen 22.03 % (39)
  Only keys 18.64 % (33)
  It's hard to answer 16.95 % (30)
  It leaves me indifferent 15.82 % (28)
Total votes: 177


What programme for reading do you have on your device?
  Cool Reader 22.06 % (45)
  Alreader 17.65 % (36)
  FBreader 15.69 % (32)
  PocketBook Reader 15.20 % (31)
  Moon + reader 14.71 % (30)
  Another programme 14.71 % (30)
Total votes: 204


What programme for reading do you have on your device (Apple)?
  KyBook 21.23 % (31)
  iBouquiniste 20.55 % (30)
  Marvin 19.86 % (29)
  iBooks (basic) 19.18 % (28)
  Another programme 19.18 % (28)
Total votes: 146


What genre of books do you read more often?
  Fantasy 18.65 % (36)
  Something else 18.13 % (35)
  Detective stories 16.06 % (31)
  Novels 16.06 % (31)
  Technical literature 16.06 % (31)
  Adventures 15.03 % (29)
Total votes: 193





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