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Review by  MX TBOL3
Reviewed on 2006-02-27
“TICT eBook Reader” is a very small program, with a nice easy to use interface. Just pick a book from you shelf and read. It is about 1/10 the file space of TI-reader and the eBooks are about 1/2 the size of TI-reader’s books.

Space: 10/10 (compared to the app TI-reader)
Ease of use: 9/10, very good, not as easy as TI readers.
Font options: 8/10, two types regular and large, depends on what file you send to the calculator.
Making books: 7/10, have to use command prompt, much harder than TI-reader, but still easily doable. On the upper hand, there are already many pre-converted books.

Review by  Joel Thompson
Reviewed on 2004-03-27
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

The eBook reader is a very useful little program on the calculator. The name describes it perfectly. The eBook reader takes compressed ebooks generated on a computer and then displays them. Features include separate sectioning, bookmarks (up to 10), a 10-page skip (which I added), and others. It's a very simple interface and uses the small font of the calculator to make the most use of the screen size. However, on the negative, this can cause slight eyestrain.

I've found that a calculator is generally smaller than a novel, which makes it very nice. I've read several books with the eBook reader. I've also had to use it as a backup in cases where I've lost a schoolbook to read.

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