Kindle. You can get the Kindle "with Special Offers" (also known as advertising) for $114, or the regular Kindle for $139. Which would you get? Will all future e-Book readers include advertising?
The Kindle now offers features like book sharing and you'll soon have the ability to virtually "check out a book" from a library (library lending).
This summer, if you plan to spend a lot of time reading outside, you may find it easier to read on a Kindle than on a color screen slate like an iPad or Xoom. If you have a Kindle, don't forget that you can purchase access to these popular sites on your Kindle: