Why Kindle owners are so smug
KindleÂ owners have every reason to be smug. After all, owning a Kindle gives the impression you actually read books. Kindle owners also look down on their tablet peasants who spend their days playing Angry Birds and watching mindless cat videos on youtube. They also piont to the fact, kindles have a months battery life and unlike iPads you can read from a Kindle in sunlight, making it the perfect holiday companion.
The Kobo really isn’t for anybody. It has the smallest bookstore, the laggiest menu system, the blurriest screen, and the worst battery life of the three viaÂ Business Insider comparison review
Kindle v Nook Touch Prize FightÂ comparisonÂ review
The Nook Touch is the best-looking e-reader on the market right now.
Not so smug looking now.
But wait, no prizes for guessing who wins the Nook versus Kindle comparison review on the smug Kindle owners blog.
Jeff Bezos answers the awkward iPad question
FascinatingÂ insight in to how Jeff Bezos positions the Kindle.
Smug Kindle Owners
John Locke, a Kindle owner and insurance salesman from Kentucky has become the first self-published author to sell one million e-books for the Kindle electronic reader.
I think print books will become an experience, and ebooks a staple…Â John Locke
Not only are Kindle’s still the smug kings of the ebook world, so too are their smug owners.