Data Recovery Service Provider Explains How to Choose an E-Reader in New Blog Post

Hard Drive Recovery Associates, a data recovery service company based in Irvine, California, has recently published an article on its website that offers advice on how to choose an e-reader for oneself. With the pandemic, people who love reading books are restricted from going to the library. And purchasing books from the bookstore is inconvenient not just because of the pandemic but also due to the large amount of space that physical books will require in the home. Fortunately, there is the e-book alternative and with people finding themselves having a lot of free time at home, they can indulge in reading their favorite books in e-book form and using an e-reader, such as a Kindle, Kobo, Nook, or even using an e-reader app on their tablet or smartphone. The question is which of these e-readers are appropriate for a particular person.

There are actually a number of factors to consider when making the appropriate choice. One of these key factors is screen size and the actual physical size of the gadget. The device should be light enough in weight so that it doesn’t become a hassle to hold for long periods of time while reading. And the screen size should be enough to allow one to adjust the text size to allow easy reading. The problem with the screens of smartphones and tablets is that they are not truly effective in minimizing glare, which could cause a lot of strain on the eyes. E-readers like Nook, Kobo, and Kindle use e-ink and other similar technologies to reduce glare and make e-book reading easier on the eyes. In addition, e-readers have been designed specifically to make it easy to hold them even when reading for long periods of time.

Meanwhile, e-readers are usually more energy efficient than other gadgets like tablets and smartphones. Some may even allow reading for several weeks on just one charge of the battery. However, it is still a good idea to check on the battery life of a particular e-reader before buying it. Modern e-readers now have a frontlight but this could be a substantial drain on the battery. Thus, it is always important to check on battery life for those conditions when Wi-Fi and the frontlight are turned on.

Jack Edwards from Hard Drive Recovery Associates says, “We hope that this blog post has provided you with valuable information on how to choose your own e-reader. Using an appropriate e-reader can provide you with hours of reading enjoyment, much like reading from a physical book. However, there is also the possibility of losing those e-book files. Fortunately, we can help you recover those files.”

Hard Drive Recovery Associates provides a service that helps people recover valuable data that they are unable to access because the hard drive containing those files had crashed or failed. Those valuable files may not even be replaceable, such as family photos, important documents, composed music, drafts of books being written, and more. The data recovery service that the company can provide can help people avoid the stress and panic that they often feel when their hard drive fails. Fortunately, their recovery rate for desktop and laptop hard drives is 98 percent. And they will not charge the client if they are unable to recover the hard drive data.

The company offers free evaluation and this can be requested by calling them on the phone or by filling an online form on their site. Aside from providing data recovery services for desktop and laptop hard drives, they can also recover data from MacBooks, iMacs, iPhones, and iPads.

For business enterprises, they can provide data recovery solutions for RAIDs and servers. Servers continue to be the primary way of storing computer data for enterprises, even with the increasing popularity of cloud computing. Servers and RAIDs are more robust when it comes to protecting data, but a server or RAID may still crash or fail. They provide a specialized 24-hour drop shipment program so that business enterprises to have their server or RAID functioning properly against as soon as possible.

Those who are in need of a data recovery services provider can check out the Hard Drive Recovery Associates website, or contact them via the telephone, or through email. They are open 24/7 to ensure that those who need emergency data recovery can access their service.


For more information about Hard Drive Recovery Associates, contact the company here:

Hard Drive Recovery Associates
Jack Edwards
(949) 258-9465
12 Mauchly #7
Irvine, CA