Ereader to reduce book clutter
Last Xmas I received a Litterati ereader. I was excited because I thought it would reduce "book clutter" in my houe. I usually have 10-20 library books checked out and scattered around. I have not been able to get it to work with my town's library sytem, even though the system has detailed directions on how to check out ebooks.
So, this Xmas, I am starting to think if I got a Kindle or Nook it might be easier. They seem to be the two that are "winning" the ereader race.
Am I just deluding myself? Would it be another $100 wasted?