How the e-readers stack up

Which of the three is most deserving of your dough? Money tested them to help you pick one you won't be able to put down.

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Amazon Kindle
Amazon Kindle
Cost: $259

The reading screen on this second-generation Kindle is on par with the Nook's, but navigating is trickier (look at all the buttons!). Amazon offers a nice selection of blogs and periodicals. But while it often has the best prices on books, it offers fewer titles than Barnes & Noble. Plus, you can't access as many free books as on the Nook because the Kindle doesn't support the EPUB format.

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Last updated February 12 2010: 9:23 AM ET
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