We compare the two devices for menu and features and take a look at page turns. Although these are two very different e-readers, we think it would be useful to people who wonder what the main differences are between these two companies.
Of course, we omitted some content, as we contained our comparison to mainly hardware and some setting differences. We know that ebooks are cheaper on the Barnes and Noble eBook Store then the Sony Store. Barnes and Noble just released a new service called PubIt which allows people to submit their own ebooks to see.
Also, both of these e-readers can read DRM and NON DRM content, so you can feasibly shop at other stores, as long as the books you buy are in EPUB format. If the books have DRM you will have to use Adobe Digital Editions to transfer the books to your e-reader. If they are DRM free you can simply copy the ebooks to your device via Windows Explorer.
Markus lives in San Francisco, California and is the video game and audio expert on Good e-Reader! He has a huge interest in new e-readers and tablets, and gaming.