reading at the beginning of another new decade.
Kobo was also ploughing the same furrow until breaking the mold with Kobo Forma.
If you wanted an oversized e-reader, you were left wanting.
What’s the state of play in 2020, then?
Well, choice still leaves plenty to be desired. Sure, you have plenty of alternatives to Amazon if you’re not sold on Kindles but there’s still room for improvement.
Best E-Readers 2020
The original e-reader and arguably the best, we’ve owned all models of Kindle over the years and we’re still huge fans.
Kindles might be slightly costlier than some of the opposition but you’re rewarded with enviable build quality and sleek aesthetics.
For lightweight e-readers that never feel flimsy, road test the Kindle range before you consider any other e-reader.
Kobo e-readers come in cheaper than Kindle but give Amazon a close run in terms of performance and efficiency.
With your Kobo, you’ll get some classic literature pre-loaded so you’re immediately able to enjoy reading digitally without needing to download anything out the box.
The interface is easily navigable even if you’re not the biggest tech lover and Kobo’s are priced to sell so we’d recommend this as your second port of call if you don’t find a Kindle to suit.
Nook e-readers offer sterling value for money in an attractive form.
While this company has never managed to garner much market share, their line-up is still worth a look when you’re shopping e-readers.
For oversized e-readers with screens to 13-inches, it’s got to be Onyx.
Now, we’ve only scratched the surface today with our look at e-readers so be sure to take a good look around Pick My Reader if you’re new to reading digitally and need a gentle introduction.