eReaders, iPad, Nook, Kindle, ebooksShopping for an e-book reader? According to, the good news is that you have more choices–at better prices–than ever before. The bad news? There are more choices than ever before. In the realm of dedicated e-book readers, the market has consolidated around a handful of major players: mainly Amazon and Barnes & Noble, with Kobo and Sony bringing up the rear. But every major tablet–including the Apple iPad 2 and nearly every Android tablet–also doubles as a reader. So, should you get an inexpensive e-ink reader or go for a more versatile color tablet? That’s the dilemma facing any shopper today. But don’t worry; CNET’s here to help. If you’re an experienced shopper, you can jump straight to our current recommendations–or check our lists of top e-book readers and top tablets. If you’re looking for a more in-depth discussion, read on to consult this quick guide, which boils the purchase decision down to seven questions: Read the rest of the article on