Easy to use
I purchased this eReader on a whim. I knew nothing about it, but when I found it at a perfect price I could not say no to I scooped it up. At first I was worried I may have been taken to the cleaners after paying $40 for mine. Admittedly, this company does not promote the product that well. I thought I heard of all the eReaders and saw almost all of them in my research for the perfect one. However, I went home and did a search on the eReader and found out I got it for a steal.
Perfect for school
I bought this for my students to use in school. I love the fact that it is NOT WiFi or 3G connected, so they can not use class time on internet game sites. It comes loaded with all the classics I use in my class, and I can add works to it via USB from my computer. Every student should have one of these for school or college.
Compatible with many eBook formats
Libre is a basic e-Reader, but it does the job of being a basic e-Reader well. It lacks extras like Wi-Fi, 3G, a QWERTY keyboard, an e-ink display, apps and games. But, when it comes down to it, the extras aren't necessarily why you buy an e-Reader. You buy it for its ease of use, a nice screen, a good form factor, and a variety of supported file formats, and good battery life. At the end of the day, that's what makes Libre a capable e-Reader contender.
Easy to use
As a starter e-reader, the Libre isn't a bad deal. It's not the slickest device around, but it's relatively cheap, easy to use, and will have you up and reading within minutes of taking it out of the box. For many consumers, that might be all they need to take the dive into digital reading.
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