Summary: The BeBook One doesn’t have anything to distinguish itself from others. Its main advantage is its wide variety of supported formats, but with today’s eReaders that advantage isn’t going to stand for long. On the downside, it lacks basic wireless capabilities, has minimal internal storage space, and holds the same price tag as the Kindle 2 or Nook.
Pros: An extremely wide variety of supported formats, An intuitive menu system, User replaceable battery
Cons: Cheap look and feel, No wireless capabilities, Too many better alternatives at basically the same price
Summary: Packing a selection of lardy hardbacks for your holiday used to be a recipe for a hernia before eBook readers came along. Thanks to e-Ink wonders like the new BeBook, you can cram in every Le Carre and pack every Pullman with ease. But is this Holland-born creation the one to pack in your carry-on? Arriving under the shadow of Sony’s Reader and iRex iLiad , it certainly has its work cut out.