Aimed at the 40 million members of AARP, eReaders For Dummies provides you with the know-how to become savvy with your eReader. From setting up, navigating, and using a variety of eReaders to downloading books from different libraries and online retailers offering millions of electronic book choices, this fun-but-straightforward guide helps you learn everything you need to know so you can immediately start enjoying your Kindle, Sony Reader, NOOK, Kobo eReader, or any other eReader device.
- Developed in partnership with AARP and dedicated to helping readers stay connected with friends, family, and community by providing timely and helpful advice and solutions for using tech to connect
- Walks you through personalizing your eReader, navigating the touchscreen technology, handling software updates, and benefiting from wireless access
- Provides details for downloading and shopping for ebooks, listening to music, listening to audio books, and sharing e-books with friends and family
- Zeroes in on how to best read a book on an eReader and adjust lighting and font to accommodate your personal preference
eReaders For Dummies shares examples and ideas and teaches helpful skills that will inspire and empower you to make the most of your eReader device!
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