Good e-Reader is proud to unveil our brand new shipping program. Every product listed in the store now has different shipping rates , on a per item basis. Shoppers can now save money on shipping no matter what country you live in, with new low rates for folks who live in Canada or the United States. Europe, South America, Oceania and other regions will also experience significantly lower shipping costs.
The Good e-Reader 6.8 and Good e-Reader 13.3 e-readers also have lower shipping costs, which makes it an ideal time to place your order. These are two of our latest generation products and reflect years of development and software design. We really wanted to make a large and small screen device that runs the same firmware and gives professional users a powerful tool in their paperless arsenal. You can take notes, draw, make highlights and annotations in PDF and EPUB books. Google Play and the Good e-Reader App Store gives you unparalleled flexibility and freedom to craft your own digital reading experience.
We were the first e-readers to incorporate a WACOM and touchscreen layer in our products and the industry has followed our lead and now all new products feature our breakthroughs in technological innovation.
We have dozens of e-readers available on our site and will soon be adding a number of new products in the near future. This includes new covers and cases for your device, in addition to Good e-Reader becoming an official distributor for a number of notable brands.
Why did Good e-Reader change our shipping rates? This was primarily done because our old system offered minimal flexibility in selling e-readers and accessories on a per item basis. It was also critically important to us that we save people money on shipping, since ebooks have dramatically increased in cost.
Michael Kozlowski has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past twelve years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times. He Lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.