After years of anti-glare treatments on so many other devices you should know there is no solution that has "no screen glare." This means your search is over today. Hope this helps you along in some small way since for now, today and for the foreseeable future "glare" of some type is bound to occur.
I have been researching e-books for a while now. Iv'e found I want one that has basic function, is fast, supports lots of file types, has good battery life and has no screen glare most importantly.
I have a question with the anti-glare screens. When they claim to have that, like the kindle, is it some anti-glare coating that can actually not work all the time or is actually a protective case over the screen that makes absolutely no glare at all.
Some of my options have been
Aluratek Libre eBook Reader PRO
This is kind of my top choice but the major thing is it looks like the screen has glare since it is lcd, am I correct?
Ectaco jetBook Lite Electronic eBook Reader
This on seems really nice but once again a read in a review that the screen sometimes gives you glare, is it some coating or not. Also this one takes AA batteries which for some reason cnet has been saying rechargeable batteries on e-readers die so this looks like to be a big advantage.
Sony Digital Reader Pocket Edition
If all else fails I'll get this one but im just worried about the rechargeable batteries dying out. You don't see this in any other electronic devices why would this happen in e-readers?
So i'd really appreciate it if you could give me your opinion on these and maybe answer some of my questions, thanks.