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iRex iLiad
4.8 out of 10

iRex iLiad

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Overall 6
6.0

There isn't any better for visually impaired

J. Lingenfelder "JustStumblingThruTheFog", Amazon
22 September 2011
  • Summary: The other reviews are pretty accurate. However, if you have a loved one who is severely visually impaired (400+/20) there isn't another choice that I'm aware of. The text size on a Kindle or Nook cannot be enlarged enough for my Significant Other to use (text has to be 3/4" or larger).
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Overall 8
8.0

iliad Book Edition Review

masa6614, Amazon
19 July 2011
  • Summary: Good ereader, easy to read screen, i always found it hard to read books on a computer screen, and this feels just like reading the pages from a real book. So far no problems, works great. Small, decent battery life.
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Overall 6
6.0

acceptable product

chatairliner "chatairliner", Amazon
24 December 2010
  • Summary: I don't want to give it back as long as I do not have a pocketbook or something like this. I like: - the 8" display - that the batterie is not empty after 5 hrs of usage - to be able to make notes, even on ducuments - the ability to copy notes to my notebook - the possibility to change folders as...
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Overall 2
2.0

Awful customer service, prehistoric technology: AVOID

Tout en chantant, Amazon
3 September 2009
  • Summary: The ILIAD Reader is of a very poor quality indeed. This is a very, very expensive piece of kit that as an electronic reader fails on every level: 1) It is TERRIBLY SLOW: it takes for ever to get started, for ever more to find the book you need, and like a tortoise when it comes to turning pages!
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Overall 2
2.0

A good idea killed by a useless battery and nonexistent tech support

Diogenes, Amazon
5 July 2009
  • Summary: Learn from my mistake and avoid purchasing any iRex product. I purchased an iRex iLiad three years ago. At first, it was everything that I'd been looking for, but then overnight it began freezing up and requiring use of the emergency reset button on the back (which also occasionally didn't...
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Overall 4
4.0

Absurdly delicate display

C. H. L. Moller, Amazon
2 June 2009
  • Summary: A couple of months ago, I bought an iRex iLiad. It lasted a whole two weeks. I don't know if it's common to all e-ink displays, but the display on the iLiad is unusably delicate--I destroyed mine just by treating the iLiad just like I would any other book, stacking a couple of other books on top of...
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Overall 10
10

Awesome!

BJK, Amazon
31 December 2008
  • Summary: I love this thing! Finally somebody has figured out how to provide an electronic device that allows you to eliminate paper. I am a consultant in the software industry, and use it for reading technical manuals (PDFs).
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Overall 2
2.0

1989 all over again

JLS "JLS", Amazon
28 February 2008
  • Summary: This is a glorified 1989 IBM PC in the shape of a tablet. Compared to EReader and Amazon, slow and clunky, inversatile and prone to terminal and interminal freezes and ghosting. And I mean slow. A full minute to boot. Half that to load a book. Poor page rendering. Far from ready for prime time.
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Overall 10
10

Thankyou iRex!!

MookMook, Amazon
4 January 2008
  • Summary: The irex iliad is just what I need. I can carry sooo many books and is open source so you can create applications for it and the are many people who have created some very good applications such as an internet browser and a way to download books without connecting the iLiad to your computer.All in...
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Overall 10
10

Finally, a reader which allows you to carry many books!

Suzecav, Amazon
13 November 2007
  • Summary: I love to read and I have a bad back; while I will look forward to being able to use the Iliad for other uses, ultimately I wanted a reader that could carry many books without all the tiny cards needed by most of them when they exceed storage capacity after loading one book.
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