Summary: Powered up out of the box, but as soon as I plugged it in to charge, it began clicking loudly and apparently blew the charging circuit or the battery. Would not turn on unless plugged in (and was still clicking).
Summary: You, Amazon, advertised this Aluratek thing as a book reader. Well, you CAN read books with it, and also supposedly log onto the net and use it as a tablet, but all these things are VERY HARD to do with this gadget.
Summary: I loved the Aluratek Elibre Pro, and gave it a very high rating. I gave it to someone when I found that this colour-screen version was available. Immediately I found that it only took a 16 gb micro SD card instead of the larger one I had in my previous reader.
Summary: Opened this up, which didn't have any product packaging. (Only white box with insert which held the product).. Turned the thing on, and connected to wifi. Simple setup, but the touch screen is really delayed and very off! Not impressed.
Battery problems, flip issues, pdf reflow issues, night reading issues.
SciFi lover "Amy", Amazon
22 April 2011
Summary: OK, I saw this as a reader plus multimedia gadget but mainly I bought it for the reader aspect. I have a Kindle, and a Literati. The Literati is a color screen, just eReader that I use for night.
Summary: Before I purchased the Libre, I researched Kindle, Nook and the Sony e-readers at length. I compared price, functions and ease of reading as well as availability and cost of downloadable books. I chose the Libre and am thrilled with it.
Summary: Inexpensive, but flimsy with a terrible battery. First, the good: The controls are reasonably placed for single handed use, and the screen is legible under any lighting conditions that a real book would be, but it is not as high contrast nor high resolution as the newer devices like the Kindle 2.
Summary: Per la mia vita frenetica serve un prodotto tecnologico frenetico..meglio se di ultima generazione e adatto al trasporto in quanto viaggio molto e mi annoio a non far nulla nel treno e in autobus.