Devices including OpenDyslexic. If you want an ebook reader with OpenDyslexic, and you don’t want to flip over backwards and do crazy things to get it that way, look here. :)
The guys at Kobo go through great lengths make their ereaders flexible to fit everyones reading habits, and have included OpenDyslexic as a font option out of the box. For the Kobo Touch, you can always easily side-load OpenDyslexic by adding it to the devices ‘font’ folder. Isn’t that easier than hacking/jailbreaking/sacrificing animals to get your ebooks the way you want?
Get it: http://kobo.com
Home Screen on the EDI Touch
The EDI Touch is a tablet created specifically for children with Dyslexia. It runs Android, and the default font is OpenDyslexic. It’s 9.7″ and is in an aspect ratio that matches books children are used to carrying around. It’s currently in beta testing, but here’s a video that shows it in action (Italian).
More Information/Get it: http://tabletascuola.net/editouch/